BioWare's mammoth role-playing sequel Dragon Age 2 and People Can Fly's thousand-mile-an-hour shooter Bulletstorm will both be playable at the Eurogamer Expo 2010.

Dragon Age 2 won't be released in Europe until March 2011, which means you'll be playing the game months ahead of launch. You'll be able to see the new graphical style, the new framed story and the new bloody engine where limbs are ripped off and thrown about like confetti at a wedding.

Bulletstorm's not out for ages here, either - February 2011. It's got giant insects, mental weaponry, blood by the barrel-load and an unhealthy fascination with stylish deaths - not to mention Epic Games as a parent company and all the benefits that entails.

There's plenty more to read about both of EA's games here on Eurogamer: a Dragon Age 2 preview from August and a Bulletstorm preview from May.

The Eurogamer Expo 2010 takes place from 1st to 3rd October at London's Earls Court. Tickets for the Saturday are sold out, but Friday and Sunday are still fair game - not for long.

The Eurogamer Expo 2010 mini-site sells tickets and lists all the games and speakers and attractions.

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