Dragon Age: Legends Lives On As Single Player Game
Author: Ryan Winslett
published: 2012-06-20 23:57:58
You just can't keep a good warrior down. That fact is being proven by former free-to-play title, Dragon Age: Legends. Though the successful RPG tie-in adventure game has been nixed from Facebook/Google+ and expelled from EA's own servers, the title lives on as a slightly modified single player experience. And yep, it's still free.
Word went out through the Legends website yesterday that the once great social title would be dying a quick death on the social media scene, but be born anew as a downloadable game for all to enjoy.
Developed by Bioward, Dragon Age: Legends gave players a chance to explore the DA universe in a new 2D perspective with loads of questing and strategic battles. Players could recruit their friends' characters to lend a hand in battle and even spend some of their own moolah to pick up in-game perks.
While the social features are no longer available, everyone can still download the single player version of the game to enjoy hours upon hours of adventuring, killing monsters, looting their bodies and even building your own castle.
Download instructions can be found at the Legends website. All you have to do is install Adobe Air (available on the site), download the game and get to playing.
For those who started their adventure on Facebook or Google+, the post also notes that players will soon be able to download their old characters as a “Saved Game” and pick right back up where they left off. Not too bad, Bioware. Not to bad at all.
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