Special Broadcast Statement.
Download Dragon Age 2 Demo from Xbox Live on 2/22/11.
That is all.
BioWare would like to reach a million downloads for its Dragon Age II Demo. If they do, players will get some extra goodies that could help players save the world.

If a million people download EA’s Dragon Age II Demo (for either PC, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3) before March 1, then BioWare will unlock two in-game items for players to use.

The first is a book called The Far Cliffs of Kirkwall, which gives players a little bit of extra spending cash. The second book, entitled Lothering's Lament, will deliver a healthy boost to a player’s experience. Please note that you will have to login to your EA account while playing the game for BioWare to keep a proper tally.

Dragon Age II’s demo comes out February 22, so if you’re interested in helping with this noble venture go to the game’s official site to learn more.


BioWare will reportedly release a Dragon Age II demo - at the very least for PC - on February 23.

According to an email sent to GameStop employees (via Kotaku), staff at the retailer will get early access to the demo on February 11 to help them "become a key source of knowledge for GameStop customers and BioWare fans".
EA and BioWare have yet to confirm plans to launch a demo for the game, which hits PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on March 11 in the UK.

The British Board Of Film Classification passed Dragon Age 2 with an 18 certificate last week, making no cuts to the game despite its "strong bloody violence". 

[ Source: Kotaku ]