Dragon Age: Origins Delayed Two Weeks


Posted August 10, 2009 - By Jake Gaskill

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Well, BioWare’s upcoming fantasy RPG Dragon Age: Origins has officially joined the Great Delay Train of 2009. Fortunately, it’s only been delayed two weeks. So instead of October 20th, the game will now be released on November 3rd for Xbox 360 and PC, Shacknews reports.

PlayStation 3 users will have to wait a few weeks more to get their hands on the game, which is a bit unexpected since the game was originally scheduled to be released simultaneously across all platforms. BioWare has not commented on the reason for the PS3’s additional delay.

It will be interesting to see how the game does now that’s it being released even closer to three of the most anticipated games of the year: Modern Warfare 2, Assassin’s Creed II, and Left 4 Dead 2. Man, November officially just became ridiculous.

Will you be able to survive a few extra weeks before getting started on Dragon Age: Origins? Or are you bummed now that you will only have a week or so to sink in quality time with the game before ACII and MW2 are released?


Dragon Age: Origins Delayed Two Weeks


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