[Update] Dragon Age: Inquisition Jaws Of Hakkon Out Now On Xbox One, Later Today On PC
Update (March 24, 8:37 a.m. Eastern): The Jaws of Hakkon DLC is now available on both Xbox One and PC. (Correction: The content doesn't seem to be live yet on PC, we apologize for the false alarm).
Update (March 23, 8:25 p.m. Eastern) Due to a technical glitch the Jaws of Hakkon DLC is available now for purchase on Xbox One. EA will not be moving to pull it down, so have at it. PC players still need to wait until tomorrow, though.
The DLC includes new enemies, new legendary armor and weapons, and the brand new region of Hakkon. Happy hunting!
Update (March 23, 4:44 p.m. Eastern): EA and BioWare have another surprise. The Jaws of Hakkon DLC will be out tomorrow, March 24, on Xbox One and PC. Surprise!
Update (March 23, 2:27 p.m. Eastern): Following the achievement list appearing online, EA and BioWare have confirmed the first DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The trailer will be available tomorrow, but one piece of information stands out.
The DLC is launching first on Xbox One and PC. There's no mention of a PlayStation 4 release, but given the use of the word "first," we assume that it will be along at some point on that platform. We'll share the trailer as soon as it's available tomorrow.
It looks like Dragon Age: Inquisition is getting some DLC in the near future. A list of achievements gives us some clues as to what we should expect.
Spoilers follow, so if you want to be surprised, you can safely leave with the knowledge that Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC is soon to be a reality.
The four achievements listed on XboxAchievements total 165 points. They include destroying shards and lighting fires, gaining the friendship of a group of Avvar, uncovering the secrets of a “legendary figure,” and dispelling a myth.
There aren’t many clues there, but there are some screenshots connected with the achievements. You can see one above and the rest on XboxAchievements. Based on the image we’ve selected, it looks like you’ll have some more dragons to hunt.
We've reached out to EA for comment and will update should we receive a response. For more on Dragon Age: Inquisition, check out our review.