EA Offers Cross-Buy Support for Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC

Buy the Jaws of Hakkon DLC on PS3 or 360, and get it free on PS4 or Xbox One, respectively.

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Electronic Arts today announced cross-buy support for Dragon Age: Inquisition's DLC, allowing you to buy it once and access it on both last-gen and current-gen consoles within the same console family.

The first DLC to offer this is Jaws of Hakkon, which was released on Xbox One and PC in March before debuting on PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 earlier this week. The console family restriction means that if you buy the DLC on PS3, you're only able to access it for free on PS4; the same applies with Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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Considering the length of Inquisition, having access to DLC if and when someone upgrades to a current-gen means this offer won't necessarily be of use to many players. Still, it's a welcome offer, even if you do need to buy the game a second time on PS4 or Xbox One in order to take advantage.

Jaws of Hakkon is the first paid DLC pack for Inquisition. The game also recently received free single-player and multiplayer DLC packs, The Black Emporium and Dragonslayer.

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