BioWare has unveiled its plan to keep creating extra content for Dragon Age 2 for at least the next 2 years after the game comes out next month.
"We have plans that stretch out for basically two years," Mark Darrah, the game’s producer explained to The Game Reviews (thanks VG247).
"And it's going to be everything from really small stuff like item packs, up to larger quests that might last an hour or two, up to even fully-fledged expansion packs. Really, it's a broad, long-term support plan for the game."
The downloadable content proper will be available on all platforms, though Darrah did say "I can imagine we might release something related to the toolset, which would of course be PC only". Word on the street is that BioWare are actually trying to figure out how to get custom content onto console versions.
The downloadable content should be vast in the size of each individual chunk as well as in its collective quantity. There’ll even be three packs on the day of release, two of them at no cost.
The Dragon Age character creator is out today on the PC, and can be downloaded form the official website.