This article contains information on Downloadable content for Dragon Age: Origins. Some downloadable content can be purchased within the game with BioWare points, through the Xbox Marketplace, or through the PlayStation Store, while others were pre-order promotional items and can no longer be obtained. Several of the promotional items are now available for anyone with a BioWare Social Network account. See here for more information.
BioWare originally announced during the final stages of the development of Dragon Age: Origins that two years' worth of downloadable content were planned for release. The planned DLC would include items such as rings and amulets, short adventures like Warden's Keep and full expansion packs with dozens of hours of new gameplay. With the earlier than expected arrival of Dragon Age II, Witch Hunt was confirmed to be the last DLC release for Dragon Age: Origins.
Embri's Many Pockets can be downloaded for free in-game by players who have completed Chapter 1 of Dragon Age Journeys. It can also be unlocked for free by anyone with a Bioware Social Network account.
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Crikey, Mass Effect Legendary Edition doesn't cheap out on the size of its patches. The three-game collection now has its first update since launch, and it weighs in at a gigantic 11.728GB. You'll need to set aside a good chunk of time to get this one downloaded. What does this patch do, we hear you ask It's a good job you clicked on this article then because listed below are the complete set of patch notes for update 1.02. They focus on resolving Trophy issues, improving terrain textures and lighting during cinematics, and more minor calibrations and stability improvements.
I am still trying to figure out why the digital edition downloaded on PS5 is missing 2GB Even with the patch it now says 88GB/90GB...could it be a language pack Never had a game not show as \"COMPLETED\" before and it is fully installed and playing. Giving me OCD thinking I am missing something file-wise.
@AdamNovice Granted there will be bugs during any development process, but there should be considerably less in a game that is being remade, since the main changes are just graphical. I don't mind so much that the patches exist, but it's a massive problem for the future if the game cannot function without these patches. It's not impossible to ship games in a working state, it was the industry norm back in the day.
@The_New_Butler I didn't say it was the norm to release games completely bug free. I said it was the norm to release games in a decent state, so that they could be played without too many bugs ruining the enjoyment. For example, a PS2 game (say Shadow of the Colossus), wouldn't get any patches after going gold and being shipped. It would not be bug free, but it would be playable and 15 years after it can be played as normal without needed to download anything. You did occasionally get games that nowadays could be saved with patches, but back then they flopped hard.
@ThroughTheIris56 Fun fact on PS2 PoP Warrior Within has a massive game ending bug what can prevent you from ever completing the game, i got hit by it twice and if not for my love for the game i never would have have tried that 3rd time where i was armed with the info on how to avoid it.
There are business decisions behind releasing broken games, but it's not always going to be the most profitable. Like I said earlier, fixing bugs before or after launch takes resources either way, so companies aren't saving anything by using patches as means. Then the reputation of a company can be massively at stake. The best recent example is CDProjekt Red. Even a company as popular as them, has shattered prestige that they spent years of releasing quality games building. Sure Cyberpunk may get patched and become an excellent game. However, the damage is done and people are less likely to trust said company. The hype and enthusiasm for the game will have gone down, and people on the fence about getting the game will probably just forget about it. And mainly, publishers like to complain about how gamers aren't supporting the industry by buying games for full price at launch, but why would gamers buy a game at launch if it's going to be riddled with bugs Why would they pay more for a less functional product, instead of paying less for a fully working product Publishers demands don't make any sense.
@WallyWest Those bugs are a massive pain. And just think, lots of games released nowadays probably have those bugs only mitigated by a day one patch. Once we can't download the patches, all those games will be broken.
@lordzandSame here, I will be buying one as soon as I can but I'm was lucky I had a decent 1tb portable external hard drive already when the Ps5 was released, so for now I have all my Ps4 games (like Mass effect LE) automatically install on that saving me space on my PS5's SSD) for games like Resident Evil Village!
The possible Mass Effect Legendary Edition day one patch was first spotted by Twisted Voxel over on OrbisPatches and it shows what one would expect from a day one update. Visual improvements, lighting tweaks, stability, and targeted performance changes can all be seen, which is a little odd given that is the entire point of the remaster to begin with. When the trilogy first released, it was no stranger to bugs and glitches. Remember that massive Shepard head glitch in Mass Effect 2 where they went to talk to Garrus and that big 'ol head could barely make it through the door Or the weird exorcist head spin that happened any time you talked to Liara in her quarters in Mass Effect 3 There were a ton of glitches, but not really game-breaking.
As part of our cover story last month, we dove in deep into what the Mass Effect Legendary Edition will have to offer players. From Mako tweaks to character improvements, there is a lot to look forward to for returning players. For newcomers to the trilogy's adventures, the ability to play all three games as they are meant to be played (thanks to the included DLC) is an exciting first step into a fandom that continues to be passionate to this day. 153554b96e