BioWare: Return to Ostagar coming next week

Wednesday, 27th January 2010 22:37 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


BioWare’s Ray Muzyka has revealed that the DLC for Dragon Age: Origins, Return to Ostagar, will be released on all formats next week.

“”We have a big investment planned for Dragon Age with more DLC coming in the next week or so, we ran into an issue with a title update simultaneously hitting with Return to Ostagar and there was a timing issue with both of those”, he told Gamerzines. “I don’t know if it was a communication error with our distribution partners or what happened there.

“If they were released in order it would have been fine but it created a bug which prevented progression and obviously that wasn’t acceptable so we pulled it down.

“It’s almost through certification and it will go back up very soon.”

This reiterates statements made by online producer Fernando Melo last week.

Also announced for the game was the Awakening expansion, which is expected to hit on March 16.



  1. Hunam

    So why has the PC version been held back for so long? You don’t have to wait for cert for that.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Samuel

    The funny thing is, the pack is actually not worth all the fuss. I was able to download and play it on 360 before it got taken down again, and it was pretty underwhelming. It’s just slaughtering a bunch of darkspawn, not much more.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Hunam

    Well, when I played Wardens Keep on my post game save I thought it was toss face shit too, but I’m doing a second playthrough on hard (probs gonna up that to nightmare) and doing the DLC to break up the major quests seems to make them more enjoyable. I’d rather hope it’s out before I get through the game again.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. endgame

    well, i for one loved warden’s keep. not to mention that i get the warden’s commander armor, asturian’s might and starfang from there. i used only those swords (i was dual-wielding) since i got them. if return to ostagar is just as good, i’ll buy it. it’s also a bit cheaper which is always a plus.

    #4 5 years ago

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