BioWare has announced a May release window for the PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360 versions of its Jaws of Hakkon DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Last week, Dragon Age: Inquisition fans received a treat in the form of the game's first piece of major story DLC: Jaws of Hakkon. As exciting as this release was for some however, it was a bit more bitter for others. Despite Inquisition being available on five different gaming platforms, its March 24th release was only for PC and Xbox One. Everyone else was left to wait and wonder when they too would get their chance to venture into the Frostback Basin.
BioWare provided an answer to that question today, though we're not entirely sure if it will cheer anyone up. According to a Tweet published a few hours ago, Jaws of Hakkon will be releasing on the PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360 sometime "in May." The delayed release on these consoles, of course, comes as part of a timed-exclusivity deal that required the developer to launch the new DLC on PC and Xbox One first. In other news, scientists have confirmed that timed-exclusivity deals still suck.
The big question now, of course, is when in May the DLC will make its way to the other consoles. There's a big difference, after all, between May 1st and May 31st in terms of how long gamers have to wait. Here's hoping the eventual release date veers more toward the earlier end of the month rather than the later one.