Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC will no longer be released for Xbox 360 and PS3, says BioWare.
Basically, BioWare has confirmed it will no longer support the last gen consoles, as it cuts off the Xbox 360 and PS3 from any future DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
That means that any DLC released in the coming months for the latest Dragon Age title will be exclusive to Xbox One and PS4.
Instead, BioWare is introducing a save-import feature for those who want to transfer their save game progress to the new-gen consoles.
Support for this feature will be added with Dragon Age: Inquisition Patch 8, which is due to roll out later this month.
As with other cross-generation save import features, this will only work if you’re looking to transfer your game from Xbox 360 to Xbox One or PS3 to PS4. Cross-platform such as Xbox 360 to PS4 isn’t supported and neither is PC data export/import.
Related: Witcher 3 tips and tricks
Apparently if you bought the Jaws of Hakkon or Spoils of the Avvar DLC on PS3 or Xbox 360, you’ll be able to download it for free on the newer consoles, as long as you’re using the same PSN or Xbox Live account on your new Xbox One or PS4.
Another thing to note is that you can only import one game save to the newer consoles; importing an additional save file will overwrite the previous one.
There’s a step by step FAQ for how to transfer your save game, alongside details on features like platinum and DLC skins, weapons or costume items, on the BioWare blog.