BioWare reveals new Dragon Age DLC

Return to Ostagar! For loot, naturally.

BioWare has revealed new Dragon Age downloadable add-on Return to Ostagar, which involves doing what the title suggests.

It's due out this winter or holiday or festive season or whatever you want to call it, and costs £3.99 on PS3, 400 MSP (£3.40/€4.80) on Xbox 360 and 400 BioWare Points on PC. We presume the latter shares the same value as Microsoft Points, but we're asking EA to be sure.

Return to Ostagar takes players back to the titular site where the Grey Wardens were nearly wiped out. You'll uncover history and a secret plot by some King Calian bloke to go behind enemy lines and get to a place many believed was lost to history. And of course that means loot, as King Calian's weapons and armour await those brave enough.

BioWare's promise of two years' worth of DLC has begun with gusto, then.

Head over to either our PC or Xbox 360 review of Dragon Age: Origins - or to our DAO DLC review - to find out more.

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