Last year, BioWare’s long-awaited Dragon Age: Inquisition grabbed the hearts and minds of gamers everywhere as one of the best titles of 2014 – however, if you started your adventure on PS3 and Xbox 360, it appears the journey is coming to an end for last-gen console owners, though not without the chance to jump onto next-gen.
In a new blog post on the Dragon Age: Inquisition website, BioWare announced that DLC support for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game are now being discontinued for future content.
While future DLC will now be produced exclusively for the current-gen consoles and PC, BioWare also announced that the company will be releasing a free Save Importer for those looking to continue their Inquisition journey on a PS4 or Xbox One, though the process does have a few steps.
The Save Importer will be released for free as part of the July update for Dragon Age: Inquisition: in short, players that have two copies of the game between the last-gen and current-gen version will be able to transfer their story progression and characters. Transfers can only be done between consoles of the same family (PS3 > PS4 or Xbox 360 > Xbox One), and the PC version cannot transfer to either set of consoles.
Players must have the fee Black Emporium DLC installed, and in regard to other DLC, pre-order bonuses, or items, they must be installed on the console being imported to, or be re-downloaded on the new system at no charge. Progression in the multiplayer components of Inquisition will also be transferred.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is available now for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.