The BBFC - Britain's game-rating body (at least for now) - has outed an Ultimate Edition of Dragon Age: Origins.

Inside is all of the content released for the traditional fantasy role-playing game so far: DAO: Awakening, Leliana's Song, Witch Hunt, The Golems of Amgarrak, The Darkspawn Chronicles, Feastday Combo Pack, Return to Ostagar, Warden's Keep and the Stone Prisoner.

There's no indication of how much this Ultimate Edition will cost nor when the collection will be released, but we're trying to find out.

Dragon Age: Origins was released in November 2009 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. BioWare has since announced a sequel and with it a change in graphical style and focus on a central, named hero - a la Mass Effect 2. Positive changes? Tom Bramwell took a look a couple of weeks ago.

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