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From the article:

You'll have to go to your game library, select one of the mentioned titles, navigate to the "Extra Content" pane, and get each DLC separately

Sadly Dragon Age: Origins Awakening is not included as there's no way to buy it separately on Origin (it's only in the DLC pack).

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Already had some DLCs for Dragon Age 2 (I guess they unlocked with the main game, from one of the Origin bundles), it's nice to get the remaining stuff

4 months ago
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I said I will not buy some minor DLCs for ME until they discount them.

10 years later and I managed to do it, even when I will not play it on origin again. Yay? They release DLC for ancient game, and people that will just start to play now will pick LE edition, as mechanic in 1st game is quite ancient. If I'd be to play it again it would be on Steam to see improvements they did.

Thought I guess they will not change multiplayer packs price to 0, so it would be possible to finally get those shiny shiny gold ultra rare weapons you always dreamed of :eyes:

4 months ago
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Thanks for the info <3

4 months ago
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Thanks!

4 months ago
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thank you

4 months ago
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Cool. Some games had this message: "Upgrade your game at no extra cost".

As a result:
Batlefield 4 -> Batlefield 4 Premium Edition
Mass Effect 3 -> Mass Effect™ 3 N7 Digital Deluxe Edition (2012)
Mass Effect 2 -> Mass Effect™ 2 Digital Deluxe Edition (2010)
The Sims 4 -> The Sims™ 4 Digital Deluxe

4 months ago
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where do you get these messages?

4 months ago
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where do you get these messages?

On top of the games in your library or if you click on them.

4 months ago
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origin app, ea app or web?

4 months ago
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Origin and web.

4 months ago
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After a bit of Google research, this is probably temporary while you have (a free month of) Origin Access - which apparently can be obtained by enabling 2FA. (Edit: Or at least it used to be possible, not sure if it still works.)

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I do have EA Play so it could be related, but I haven't seen this message before. Either way it's still a cool gesture from them.

4 months ago
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without EA play these messages cannot be seen. i wonder if your full versions stay after EA play expires.

4 months ago
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I was able to get the DLCs for DA2 using the app. TY!

4 months ago
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Nice, I used pirated versions of ME1-3 for my first playthrough and I thought that people without the DLCs would miss an important part of the plot. Seriously, these DLCs should have been included from the start. I remember how unconveniet was the system of purchase for the DLCs - you couldn't buy them for dollars, you had to buy some "bioware points cards" and then use the points to buy DLCs.

4 months ago
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Kept getting a bug but after some refreshing I managed to get them through the web, except for one soundtrack DLC that refuses to show the "add" button.
Thanks for the info!

4 months ago
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thanks

4 months ago
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Still can't log in. Really fucking annoying..

4 months ago
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Thx bro

4 months ago
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the dlc of dragon age 1 are not working for free. i get an error

4 months ago
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its free to downlaod for those 90 days or i can add to library for future download?

4 months ago
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Maybe I missed it last time? Checked again this morning and the Mass Effect™ 2 DLC Bundle is free, didn't see that available months ago but I could be mistaken

1 month ago
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!bump +1

1 month ago
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bump +1

1 month ago
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+1, same for other Bioware titles

1 month ago
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Yup, you are right, the DLC bundles for this and other titles is now also available to claim for free, cheers for the heads up 😁

1 month ago
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You didn't miss it. It just happened. I absolutely vividly remember the July announcement and I made a conscious note that this never included the bundle (primarily of which all those DLCs were included in it anyway), the superfluous digital upgrade and the non-game DLC for ME3. I presume that that offer was perma-free due to the nature of its relationship with the BioWare system. In light of that, for some reason they're offering the bundles For ME2 and ME3 for free even though it appears it offered nothing new after what happened in July, and this seems a last-minute ditch effort given that the sunsetting would officially occur in a few days from now. It's a weird flex, for sure.

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I've been playing ME3 on Gamepass pc without DLC and had no idea about this. Just activated them. Thank you!

1 month ago
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Thanks.

1 month ago
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not free for the Sims 4.. which is fair enough.. but also not for Sims 3?

1 month ago
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This has NOTHING to do with the Sims.

1 month ago
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oh right.. nvm then.

1 month ago
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