Dragon Age II Legacy Released

Dragon Age II fans can set out on a brand-new, action-packed adventure beyond the walls of Kirkwall with the game’s first major story-based PDLC pack since its launch with Dragon Age II Legacy. Available now on XboxLIVE®, PC and Mac® for 800 Microsoft or BioWare points and on the PlayStation® Network starting tomorrow for $9.99, Dragon Age II Legacy drops players into an epic journey to uncover the harsh truth behind Hawke’s lineage. Along this all-new journey, players will explore stunning new environments, encounter dangerous and unfamiliar darkspawn and venture into an ancient, underground Grey Warden prison enveloped by mystery and peril.

In Dragon Age II Legacy, a vicious criminal cartel is out for Hawke’s blood and players must put an end to their malicious attacks. To find the source, players are forced to leave Kirkwall and uncover the mystery behind the Hawke family’s past. Along the way, players will forge a new and fully upgradable class-specific weapon, encountering epic battles with brand-new creatures and coming face-to-face with an ancient horror so evil and powerful that Wardens have kept it secret for millennia. Dragon Age II Legacy is playable from any point in the Dragon Age II campaign accessible within Hawke’s house.

In Dragon Age II, players step into the role of Hawke, a refugee who survives the destruction of his homeland and becomes the Champion of Kirkwall. The lore around Hawke’s rise to power is shrouded in myth and rumor and is the driving force behind the story spanning 10 years in the Dragon Age universe timeline. Players will uniquely experience how this legend unfolds by gathering the deadliest of allies, making tough moral choices, amassing fame and fortune and sealing their place in history.

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