Sad news for those still battling demons on their PlayStation 3: BioWare has confirmed that future downloadable content for Dragon Age: Inquisition will only be available on new-gen consoles. While the reasoning for this is unclear, we'd wager that it's to make development a little easier and quicker. What's more, the Canadian studio may want to push the limits with the role-playing game's upcoming content, so axing last-gen machines makes sense in this regard.
It's a bit of a blow for those of you who have completed your adventures on Sony's old home console, but there is still hope, even if it's costly. The title's newest patch allows for save transfer functionality across related platforms. This means that if you go out and grab a PlayStation 4 along with a copy of Inquisition, you'll be able to carry over your save data from your PS3 by uploading it, and then downloading it on your new system.
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