Bioware delays Dragon Age expansion

Written by Joe Martin

January 5, 2010 | 12:10

Tags: #delay #dragon-age #expansion #origins #ostagar

Companies: #bioware #ea #electronic-arts

Bioware and Electronic Arts have announced that the Return to Ostagar downloadable expansion for Dragon Age: Origins has been delayed indefinitely just one day before the original release date.

The news was broken by Bioware's Chris Priestly on the official Dragon Age: Origins forums, who didn't provide any further details on why the expansion had been delayed or how long fans would have to wait.

"We're sorry but the planned Return to Ostagar downloadable content scheduled to launch on January 5th has been delayed for all platforms," he wrote. "We will update you as new information becomes available."

The expansion was set to cost 400 Bioware Points (£3.10) on PC, 400 Microsoft Points (£3.40) on Xbox 360 and £3.99 on PlayStation 3, but it's unclear if the delay will affect the pricing at all.

Return to Ostagar focuses on the eponymous battlefield where the Grey Wardens were nearly wiped out by an army of Darkspawn and would give players access to new kit, quests and areas.

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