Dragon Age: Legends Is No Longer Online, But Available For Download


Dragon Age: Legends is a 2D RPG set in the Dragon Age universe. It was launched on Facebook, and later made its way to Google+ (hahahaha), and it allowed players to unlock items in Dragon Age II. Well, as of yesterday, Dragon Age: Legends is no longer online. Sad, I know, but it isn’t the end of your adventure. Today, Bioware announced that Dragon Age: Legends is now a downloadable app on any platform that supports Adobe AIR.


hile the online chapter of this story has come to a close, you and your stalwart companions still live on in a downloadable game. For you are among the truest heroes of Thedas: THE DRAGON AGE LEGENDS! Continue your legend by playing the Dragon Age Legends downloadable game with FAQs and player support forums there for you as well.

If you spent a lot of time playing the game online, and you want to continue that game, fear not. Bioware has you covered.

If you have played the online version of Dragon Age Legends on either Facebook or Google+, you will soon be able to download your character as a Saved Game and continue playing in the single-player game. We are gathering all the data now and it will be available within a few days. Check back soon for instructions on how to download your character from the online game!

It is nice to see that even at the end of an online game’s life cycle, the devs care enough to preserve it for fans. Good on you, Bioware. Nice job.

Source: Bioware

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