BioWare is already hiring for Dragon Age III, but that doesn't mean the developer is finished crafting new content for the well-received Dragon Age II.
Today at the 2011 Electronic Arts Summer Showcase, the publisher officially announced Dragon Age II Legacy, the latest add-on for the fantasy role-playing game. The content will arrive for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac on July 26. A price for the content was not mentioned.
In the content, gamers will suit up again as protagonist Hawke and will travel to an ancient Grey Warden prison and uncover additional details about his family history. Additionally, Hawke will visit new environments, battle new and "improved" enemies, craft a deadly weapon, and ultimately come face-to-face with a terrible horror.
For more on the Dragon Age series, check out GameSpot's review of Dragon Age II.