Dragon Age: Ultimate Edition ships without Ostagar DLC
American mega-publisher Electronic Arts shipped Dragon Age: Ultimate Edition last week to retailers across the globe. However, it seems that some versions of the game are missing content.
Eurogamer reports that the PlayStation 3 version of Dragon Age: Ultimate Edition was distributed without the Return to Ostagar downloadable content. When players try to access the content, they will be directed to game's other included add-ons instead.
EA is well aware of the situation. Affected consumers can contact the publisher's customer service representatives, who will be able to manually add the missing content to players' accounts.
Dragon Age: Origins was originally released in 2009 and received a warm welcome from both consumers and critics. Dragon Age 2 is planned for release in 2011 for all high-definition consoles.
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