BioWare games count down... to what?

Whatever the reason, the countdown is set to end in a little over five days

Enigmatic countdowns on the official Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins sites have BioWare diehards engaged in wild speculation. Even more DLC? Yet another retail expansion? Your guess is as good as ours.

Details are scarce on exactly what the Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2 countdowns mean, but if there's one thing the Internet isn't short on, it's rumors. Where some fans are convinced that the mysterious countdowns are foretelling even more free downloadable content for BioWare's blockbuster RPGs, others are convinced that another retail-based expansion pack in the vein of Dragon Age: Origins - Awakenings is on the horizon.

Whatever the reason, the countdown is set to end in a little over five days, on Monday the 28th. What exactly does it all mean? Well, we'll just have to wait and see.

Source: BioWare web sites counting down to... something [Big Download]

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Will Herring

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