BioWare announced today that the PC release of Dragon Age: Origins, the spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate, has been pushed back from early 2009 to the last half of 2009. This now puts the PC release along side the PS3 and Xbox 360 release. This can’t be much of a surprise given the immense amount of content and excellent graphics we’ve seen from the game so far.
Dr. Ray Muzyka, General Manager/CEO of BioWare and General Manager/VP of EA said that he is proud of the work going into Dragon Age: Origin and ensures that it will be “the biggest and most exciting BioWare game yet,” exceeding all expectations. In a recent conference call on Q3 EA, who is publishing the game, said that the delay was not because the game was not ready, but because they wanted to make the general public more aware of the game.
Sorry for PC gamers, but this news doesn’t change much for console gamers eager to see what BioWare has created.