NEWS – Dragon Age: Inquisition ‘Jaws of Hakkon’ DLC confirmed for PS4 & last-gen consoles this May

As confirmed by developer Bioware (via Twitter) earlier today; Jaws of Hakkon, the highly-anticipated first major expansion to Dragon Age: Inquisition is coming to PS4, Ps3, and Xbox 360 this May. The tweet from the developer read: “CONFIRMED: Dragon Age: Inquisition–Jaws of Hakkon comes to all other platforms in May!”.

(image courtesy of Bioware)

Jaws of Hakkon released for Xbox One and PC last week by way of an exclusivity arrangement between BioWare owner Electronic Arts and Microsoft. Terms of that deal blocked BioWare from even talking about when the DLC would come to other platforms.

This clause drew a considerable amount of controversy among players. BioWare on Friday said it “hoped players on other platforms would not boycott the expansion” due to the company’s relationship with Microsoft adding that it “would have news to share about a PS4 release shortly.”

(image courtesy of Bioware)

In Jaws of Hakkon, players will “discover the fate of the last Inquisitor and the powerful dragon he hunted,” according to the downloadable content’s original announcement. Set in an overgrown wilderness populated by the Avvar hunter people, the DLC sees players exploring an “ancient Tevinter fortress that hides a dangerous secret.”

(image courtesy of Bioware)

Gamers can also expect to face off against new enemies, and amass new legendary armor and weapons. Jaws of Hakkon concludes with a battle against an “ancient god of war bent on destroying the world.”

Are you a PC and/or Xbox One gamer who has already played Dragon Age: Jaws of Hakkon? Are you a PS4/PS3/360 gamer who is excited about the release for your preferred system? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think!

-Dave Harlequin
Nerd Nation Magazine


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