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Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC Won’t Release On PS3, Xbox 360 Again

BioWare and EA revealed today that they will no longer support the PS3 or the Xbox 360 in terms of DLC releases. They also announced the arrival of a new feature called “Save Importer”. This feature allows you to “migrate your old saves, and continue your adventure without starting over from scratch.” on your PS4 or Xbox One.

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Mostafeto868d ago

This news might be disappointing for some people as even by now most people have a PS4 or Xbox One but still some people are playing on the PS3 or Xbox 360 and they deserve as much content as us.

phoenixwing867d ago

Some people? You do realize most of the people haven't bought a ps4 or xbox1 yet.

2pacalypsenow867d ago

Then why even bother releasing the game on Xbox 360 and PS3 ?

Rookie_Monster867d ago (Edited 867d ago )

I briefly played Dragon Age Inquisition on my friend's PS3 last year and it is a total mess. It looks like it was outsourced and they didn't even try. I truly belief when a game is release on any platform, don't be lazy about it and give everything you had into making the best possible game you can. It still cost $60 just like the PS4/XB1 version and it is not fair to those PS3/X360 players that supported and bought your games throughout the entire last generation to get shafted like that.

TheColbertinator867d ago

I got the 360 version and Bioware really left it to die

juggulator867d ago

Sad news for previous gen owners but a necessary step for developers to begin focusing on developing only for current gen. It really is time.

FoxyGotGame867d ago (Edited 867d ago )

This news sucks for last gen Dragon Age Inquisition fans. I figured DA:I DLC was in doubt after EA went suspiciously quite on it. I feel like it's kind of 'Shady' for those who purchased and completed those versions with the anticipation of DLC. EA should at least end the D.A. franchise on last gen with DLC.

Seems like the fans are being punished for sticking with those systems.

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