Dragon Age: Origins wasn't supposed to hit PlayStation 3 until a couple of weeks after Xbox 360 and PC. The PlayStation 3 version was lagging behind, prompting Electronic Arts and BioWare to decide it made more sense to simply launch the other versions ahead of time. Some late nights have apparently resulted in a polished PlayStation 3 game, though, as the companies announced today Dragon Age: Origins is coming out on all platforms simultaneously on November 3.
“The Dragon Age: Origins development team was able to polish the PlayStation 3 version to our high standard of quality and we are ready to deliver the richest and deepest role-playing fantasy experience across all three platforms," said Ray Muzyka, group general manager of EA's RPG/MMO Group and BioWare co-founder in a brief statement announcing the release change.
Thanks, Friday. That's some good news.