BioWare already has plans for two years worth of DLC for forthcoming RPG Dragon Age: Origins.Dragon Age executive producer has told TheGameReviews that “We have plans that stretch out for basically two years.””[I]t’s going to be everything from really small stuff like item packs up to larger quests that might last an hour or two or even fully fledged expansion packs,” said Darrah. “Really it’s a broad long term support plan for the game.”Naturally, the DLC is aimed at all three platforms. Darrah adds “I can imagine we might release something related to the toolset, which would of course be PC only. But at the moment everything is planned across all platforms.”Excitingly, it transpires that BioWare is also looking at a way to get user-created content onto the consoles. “There are certainly some issues with getting user generated content onto the consoles, but it would be something we would love to do. So we are exploring that right now.”Dragon Age: Origins, of course, is BioWare’s latest game – a dark fantasy RPG due out on PS3, 360, and PC in November. As we’ve previously reported, the character creation tools are now available on PC, so if you want to try your hand at creating your own Grey Warden you can head over to the official site to pick them up now.And speaking of DLC, it’s worth bearing in mind that there will be DLC available for the game as soon as it launches. Take a look at our report to find out what you’ll be able to download in November.

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