Dragon Age 2: March Release Date for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC

By Alan Ng - Jul 9, 2010

Have you finished Dragon Age Origins yet? We know a lot of you haven’t, but that hasn’t stopped EA from slapping a release period for the sequel Dragon Age 2. It is due for release early next year on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

As reported from Eurogamer, EA has confirmed that the game will be available sometime in March 2011 and that the game is currently in development at Bioware’s studio in Canada.

EA has teased of a much more responsive combat system for Dragon Age 2, while the main character for the game has already been revealed as ‘Hawke’ – a survivor of the Blight from the first game.

Are you looking forward to the release of Dragon Age 2? You can check out more comments from EA on the game through the link.

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Also See: Dragon Age 2: PS3 / Xbox 360 Patch on Way – Details Revealed

  • Surresl

    I agree that it would be nice to see some of the 'old crowd'. But, some new, interesting characters would be cool too. I hope they stick with the interaction setup they had in Origins instead of how it was done in Awakening. Its not so much fun when you have to find a certain tree in order to converse with your favorite NPC.

  • Bob

    I doubt the NPC's from origins will be in DA2 but who knows, maybe they will be.
    Personally I would like to see a better character line up with Monk's, Clerics,
    Rangers, ect….

  • morrigan has goto be in this and the baby.
    Alister has to be in it.
    better customision.
    more people to talk to.