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Dragon Age II Signature Edition Details and Giveaway
Two copies, straight from EA to you!
01.07.11 - 2:34 PM

Update! 1/11/11: Winners have been announced. Check them out here.

Electronic Arts and BioWare have announced details for the Dragon Age II Signature Edition, available for free to all customers who preorder at participating retailers before January 11. Featuring more than $20 of additional content at no extra cost, the most notable addition is the mission pack entitled The Exiled Prince.

Following the noble archer Sebastian Vael, Vael is on a quest to avenge the murder of his family. The sole heir to his family, players will have to choose whether to take Sebastian's rage for his own good - or against the player's own enemies. Sebastian will also become a standard follower in the game. On top of this mission pack, the Signature Edition will also include a digital soundtrack for the game and an in-game armory for players to access.

"Our goal for the Dragon Age II DLC is to extend Hawke's journey and the Dragon Age universe by introducing additional characters with meaningful storylines and intense, dynamic missions," said Mark Darrah, Executive Producer of Dragon Age II. "Not only will The Exiled Prince allow players to experience Sebastian's powerful revenge story, but they will also be able to utilize him as a follower throughout Hawke's rise to power in Dragon Age II."

To celebrate this reveal, EA has two copies of the Dragon Age II Signature Edition for RPGFan readers to win. Click the link below, enter, and you just might find yourself with much more than just free content. Don't win? We'll be announcing the winners on the last day to preorder for the Signature Edition, giving you just enough time to make the jump.


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