Good deal if you're planning a console upgrade soon.

Electronic Arts has announced Cross-Buy support for any Dragon Age: Inquisition downloadable content. This means that if you buy it on older systems, you can play it on the newer consoles (and vice versa).

As is typically the case with such deals, this only works within the same console family. So, PS3 to PS4 and Xbox 360 to Xbox One. The first DLC to support this option will be Jaws of Hakkon, which hit Xbox One and PC in March and finally came to PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360 last week. So, if you're in the midst of a generational transition or you see that happening soon, don't despair. EA has you covered.

But you still need to find a way to keep playing Inquisition with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt available and Batman: Arkham Knight coming in June.

Related Game(s): Dragon Age: Inquisition

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Lone Wanderer
Lone Wanderer
7 years ago

It's too bad Bioware had to be greedy and accept a bribe from Microsoft for timed DLC exclusivity. As I and many others are way too invested in The Witcher 3 to even care to get Jaws of Hakkon. They really screwed the pooch with this one because Bioware loses profits in the long run. Had the dlc released for ps3/ps4 when it originally released it would have been bought and played.
See, this is proof how Microsoft is bad for business.I just wonder how much of many, who are skipping out on this dlc due to it releasing for Playstation platforms right after Witcher just released?
I will not be getting this anytime in the foreseeable future,especially if Bethesda announces Fallout 4 for a winter 2015 release date and don't forget The Witcher 3 expansions release this winter. The 1st expansion releases in October.
How from a business standpoint could you have looked over this profitable advantage Bioware? Hopefully you learn from your gross error…

Last edited by Lone Wanderer on 5/28/2015 11:22:31 PM

7 years ago

The wanderer said it all. War never changes, and Microsoft seems to think money speaks all languages. Thank you Witcher devs for not taking any bribes for dlc that people who get invested in your game would love to have when it releases and not at a point in time where the interest has waned and gone.

Don't do that with Mass Effect 4.

7 years ago

well thats good i like when they do stuff like this

happy gaming