Dragon Age: Origins Expansion on the Way?

on January 4, 2010 8:47 AM

According to Eurogamer, sightings have been made on a supposed Dragon Age: Origins expansion EA and BioWare are brewing for the PC. The now removed listing of an expansion gave a good amount of details on the upcoming expansion. It will be titled Dragon Age: Awakening and should be releasing on March 19th of this year. The title will need the original game to play, so you can’t just buy and play this title as a standalone, and it should cost around 30-35 dollars. The expansion will have a new main character and promises up to 15 hours of new content. Kotaku has also made a sighting of the expansion coming to Xbox 360 as well, with details very similar to its PC counterpart. Dragon Age fans should start getting excited as the hugely popular game will be getting its first major upgrade.

Dragon Age expansion for March? [Eurogamer]

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