Dragon Age gets teaser video for Witch Hunt DLC

Wednesday, 1st September 2010 17:41 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


BioWare has released a video for Dragon Age: Origins’ last piece of DLC, Witch Hunt. There’s a possible spoiler down there, so be warned.

In the DLC, players are treated to the final chapter in the game, and finally find out what happened to Morrigan.

Players can import their characters from Awakening, or create a new character for the chapter.

Witch Hunt will be released on September 7 for $6.99/560 BioWare/MSP on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.



  1. psybass

    hmmm i really wonder what actually happened to her

    #1 4 years ago
  2. HighWindXIX

    Color me excited! What a great birthday present, BioWare, thank you!!

    #2 4 years ago
  3. orakaa

    @ HighWindXIX:
    A “present” ??? You call that “a present” ??
    Excuse me but I registered especially to react to this : this is just plain BS from Bioware…

    DLC with a few more levels or areas to explore ? ok, sure, why not (if there are people willing to pay for it), but THIS ?
    During the gameplay and the main story, Bioware made Morrigan an important character (even the most important one, depending on your choices)… only to leave you with almost no conclusion in the end (“she left”).
    It’s a part of the main story they’re selling !
    The rest of the crappy DLC makes more or less sense to be sold as DLC, but this should have been part of the main story, just like the Lair of the Shadow broker in Mass Effect 2.

    They’re just teasing players and try to make an interest in some characters… only to rip entire pieces of the main story and sell it the high price ($15 for an hour long crappy, low quality DLC ?? Excuse me ??). Dragon Age in itself felt broken, especially when you arrived in places where a NPC was in front of you, telling you how there is this wonderful place full of loot, enemies and directly connected to the storyline…. only to redirect you to an online store to pay for the rest…

    I’m really p***** off by Bioware overall game strategy nowadays…

    #3 4 years ago
  4. orakaa

    I don’t like this strategy of trying to “make you care about a character”… just to give you in the end a “want more ? then PAY MORE !!!”. There’s a limit to being considered a milk cow (but all the people paying $15 for a couple of maps tend to give them reason… unfortunately…)

    It’s really getting close to the same s… Ubisoft gave us with the end of Prince of Persia as a DLC, and I fear we will get our games in kits.

    Look at Dragon Age, the players who will have bought all the DLC available and bought the game at the beginning will have paid over $120 !!!
    I’m ok to pay for an add-on, if the price is reasonable, and in the same way there were add-on on PC before, but not like that.

    #4 4 years ago

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