Dragon Age: Origins 'Ostagar' DLC Due Next Week, Hitting PlayStation 3 'Later'

By Chris Faylor, Dec 29, 2009 9:46am PST Initially slated to arrive during the "holiday season," the first post-release downloadable add-on for BioWare's fantasy RPG Dragon Age will hit PC and Xbox 360 next Tuesday, January 5, the developer and publisher / studio owner Electronic Arts announced today.

Priced at 400 BioWare Points / 400 Microsoft Points / $4.99, "Return to Ostagar" brings players "to the fateful battleground in Ostagar where the Grey Wardens were nearly wiped out," offering up new items, more darkspawn to kill, and "a second chance to add Dog to your party" in the process.

The add-on is also coming to PlayStation 3 eventually, with today's announcement simply noting that the PlayStation 3 release is expected "later in the month."

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  • Here's what I don't understand. I"ve got a good memory when not doing other 'stuff' and when I play games once through it takes a few years before I can really play that game again. Mainly with games like Dragon Age. So I'm at a loss when the release DLC months after the game has been released. I guess I understand that they want to draw you back in, get you for a few bucks but really, I want another game instead of the same one with a new background picture to look at while I'm twiddling my thumbs waiting for whichever motor mouth to quit talking.