New Dragon Age DLC will hit the underground

Anyone else concerned that developer BioWare would stop releasing downloadable add-ons for Dragon Age: Origins now that Dragon Age 2 has been announced? Don’t worry, Ferelden faithful, BioWare has us covered. New DLC for Dragon Age: Origins, titled Golems of Amgarrak, is set to hit August 10. 

Above: We would say that this guy rocks, but that joke is too easy

The description on BioWare's site says you'll be meandering through new environments, meeting new characters and defeating never before seen creatures. We're also being promised an engrossing new storyline and challenging puzzles, and that’s something we think we can all enjoy. Better yet, the site lists the game as “an advanced challenge for even the most experienced adventurers,” so stomping through Darkspawn will be a little rougher than just letting your own rockhead Shale mop the floor with everybody like he typically did in Origins. We are all for that.

It looks like a smaller production than the recent Leliana’s Song DLC, running only about $5 when it hits XBLA, PSN, and PCs in two weeks, but more Dragon Age now is certainly better than waiting until next March. It’s cool, BioWare, you just keep that stuff coming.

SOURCE: BioWare 

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Jul 28, 2010


  • xavkia - July 31, 2010 2:32 a.m.

    when are they going to fix they're issues with the Awakening DLC? My character still doesn't render correctly. Instead of charging for new content, they should actually FINISH the DLC's we've ALREADY paid for.
  • The_Author - July 29, 2010 3:16 p.m.

    "Shale mop the floor with everybody like he typically did in Origins" You do realise Shale is female right?
  • PipGirl - July 29, 2010 10:17 a.m.

    @Johnny: I'm of the same opinion. I love the game, but for the money their charging, the DLC definitely needs to be longer.
  • JohnnyMaverik - July 29, 2010 1:21 a.m.

    I'm done with Dragon Age DLC unless all the reviews come back saying this one is both longer and better by a mile compared to the previous. Bioware need to sort their act out on the DLC or just fucking stop.
  • Crabhand - July 28, 2010 9:30 p.m.

    Interesting, but I plan to see how much content is actually present before I dive into this one.

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