Your homeland has been destroyed. You are a refugee with nothing to lose and everything to gain. With every turn, you face defeat from an onslaught of deadly enemies bent on putting an end to your burgeoning rise to power. Gather your allies with care and get ready to embark on an entire decade's worth of adventures that are totally formed around your decisions. Begin your legend in Dragon Age II.
Order your copy of Dragon Age II before January 11, 2011 to receive an automatic upgrade to the BioWare Signature Edition. You'll get exclusive access to an in-game digital armory stocked with fierce, cunning weapons, including the Apostate's Courage, Seeker's Bulwark, Adder of Antiva and Might of the Sten. These weapons just may prove to be useful additions to your collection as you fight as a rogue, mage or warrior and conduct your plans with the precise planning of a general. After you've learned to use your new weapons and are ready to amass fame and fortune, head out on a bonus mission with a bonus character as you are forced to fight for your survival and seal your place in history. With stunning detail, a new visual style and updated graphics, this game just might make you a legend of the second Dragon Age.
Pre-order Dragon Age II before January 11, 2011 and receive an automatic upgrade to the BioWare Signature Edition
BioWare Signature Edition includes a download code for a bonus mission and character to expand your horizons, as well as a downloadable game soundtrack so you can enjoy the music of Dragon Age II when you're not playing
BioWare Signature Edition also includes an exclusive in-game digital armory and other downloadable items to get you started on the right foot with weapons, including the Apostate's Courage, Seeker's Bulwark, Adder of Antiva and Might of the Sten
Take on the role of Hawke, one of the few to survive the destruction of his homeland
Gather ruthless allies, amass fame and build your fortune in this ever-changing world
Embark on an entire decade's worth of adventures that shape themselves around every decision you make
Become a revered champion of the land as you fight like a Spartan with new combat mechanics that put you in the heart of battle
Enter into an entirely new cinematic experience with stunning detail and updated graphics from the first Dragon Age as you play as a mage, a rogue or a warrior
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