Originally released on the 13th, then quickly removed from the marketplace, today sees the re-release of Return to Ostagar for Dragon Age: Origins
. When originally released, the DLC's accompanying Title Update "introduced a previously undetected issue that causes specialization classes to not work correctly in Dragon Age: Origins."
According to a post on BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins
forum by Victor Wachter, a Dragon Age community facilitator at the developer, "[if] you were able to download Return to Ostagar during its previous release, you will not need to download it a second time." He also stated that a title update has also been released, fixing a number of issues, which are as follows:
• After loading a previously saved game, specializations that have been unlocked through gameplay will be available again.
• All book-based specializations will now automatically unlock once the Warden reaches level 14. Books will still be available from vendors so you can unlock these specializations before level 14.
• Hopelessly Romantic in Dragon Age: Origins
, Perfectionist in Dragon Age: Origins
and Recruiter in Dragon Age: Origins
achievements were not unlocking for some players. This issue has been resolved. To update and unlock these achievements automatically, load a saved game where the Warden has completed the requirements for these achievements.
• The Recruiter in Dragon Age: Origins
will still require a recruitment to occur after the save is loaded. If you have completed all the requirements for Recruiter, and the achievement is still locked, load an earlier saved game where you are still able to recruit any party member. Once you have recruited a party member, the achievement should unlock. This should work even if your current saved game still has unrecruited characters, but you have recruited all of them in previous play.
The DLC costs 400 MSP, and can be purchased via the Xbox.com Marketplace link below.