The Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition cat has been out of the bag since a GameStop product page was spotted nearly two months ago, but Electronic Arts today finally made it official. The PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 compilation will arrive October 26 and will include the base game along with all of the game's downloadable content packs at a $60 price point.
With the extra content packed in, Ultimate Edition will take players from their recruitment into the elite Grey Wardens and the Darkspawn invasion in the original game, through the exploration of Amaranthine in the full Awakening expansion. In addition to those two main campaigns, players will get access to all nine of the smaller add-ons, from the Stone Prisoner add-on given away with all new purchases of Dragon Age, to Witch Hunt, which was released earlier this month. The Ultimate Edition even includes the Feastday Gifts and Feastday Pranks packs to let players show appreciation or disdain for their party members.
Players who crave even more Dragon Age won't have to wait too long for another helping. Dragon Age II is set for release March 8 and will see players take Blight-survivor Hawke from a lowly refugee to a heralded champion. BioWare has promised new combat mechanics for the game's classes, as well as "an entirely new cinematic experience."