Dragon Age: Origins toolset beta applications being accepted now

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 9 April 2009 10:11 GMT

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BioWare’s opened applications for beta testers for its Dragon Age toolset, as you can see in the press release after the break.

If you can see yourself sinking hundreds of hours into making RPG levels for the game – you know who you are – hit this.

It’s out for PC, 360 and PS3 later this year.

BIOWARE UNLEASHES THE DRAGON AGE BETA TOOLSET

BioWare, makers of the highly anticipated video game Dragon Age: Origins, has created a powerful toolset that will allow gamers to easily create their own Dragon Age: Origins levels and adventure modules to share online with the world. Applications are now being accepted for this rare opportunity to test the Dragon Age toolset and help BioWare fine tune it before its release later this year.

To select beta testers, BioWare is seeking a wide range of computer systems, testing experience and technical expertise. It doesn’t matter if a gamer has never used a toolset before – BioWare is looking for testers with different levels of experience, as well as fans who are simply curious about building their own adventures for the first time.

Fans can register with the BioWare Community and apply for the Dragon Age Toolset Beta test here:

http://dragonage.bioware.com/builderbeta/

Background

The Dragon Age toolset follows the Neverwinter Nights Aurora Toolset that created one of the biggest and most successful communities in the gaming world with an enormous amount of stunning fan-created work. This next generation toolset takes user-created content to the next level by featuring more depth, more functionality and more ways to make the adventure you want to make.

BioWare has big plans for game, website and toolset integration to bring the talented Builders in the community together to plan, organize and team-up to create new worlds.
For more information about Dragon Age, visit www.dragonage.com.

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