Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt Crack/Patch

Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt The dreaded Archdemon has been slain and the advance of the darkspawn halted by a lone, heroic Grey Warden. The kingdom rejoices, but at least one question remains: what happened to Morrigan? The sorceress joined the Wardens cause, but it is said her true purpose was not revealed until the eve of the last battle. She vanished into the shadows, and while rumors claimed she crossed over the mountains into Orlais no trace of her path could be found. She was never heard from again... until now. Nearly a year has passed since the Archdemon's death, and word has reached the Wardens that Morrigan has returned to Ferelden. She has been sighted in the southern wilderness where she was first encountered. Is it truly her? If it is, then why has is she here and what secret does she carry with her? The Warden heads into the forest to find out and tie up this last loose end once and for all.

Download Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 58 / 100
User rating
5.5
Downloads 1508
Genre Role-Playing, PC-style RPG, Western-Style
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / BioWare

Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt reviews ( 7 )

THedford, Sep 9, 2010

This is a Good DLC it worth its price, but not perfect the ending is bad i think but everything else is ok and the reward items are awesome if you liked Morrigen in the game BUY IT!

Broyax, Mar 29, 2017

On reste un peu sur sa faim surtout que c'est décidément trop court (à peine 2h !). On apprend par ailleurs pas grand'chose sur ce que complote cette maudite sorcière... Pour autant, c'est une joie de retrouver Morrigan, l'un des personnages les plus fascinants de toute la saga Dragon Age. A noter que deux nouveaux personnages amusants font leur apparition mais qu'on a à peine le temps de les connaître... que c'est déjà fini. Un DLC dispensable mais quand on aime (et on l'aime DAO), on ne chicane pas (trop).

Orctownorc, Aug 24, 2013

How could the once great Bioware produce game that were suddenly getting blasted with red review scores? It all seemed to start soon after they were sucked into the 'Evil Empire, EA. They started to add something to their games called DLC. Presumably these letters stand for 'Done Like Crap'. Because they sure were. Almost every bit of DLC for Dragon Age and Mass Effect was a rip-off plain and simple. Some of it offered overpowered items. Some of it offered a couple of hours of game time. None of it evolved the game in question. For Dragon Age, a largely plot driven game, the DLC was lamentably bad. Please remember that in my new scoring system 5/10 0/10 in the old reckoning. Let's hope if Bioware continues with DLC in the future they eventually learn to make it worthwhile for the PLAYERS, not just a way of ripping-off their customers. THE GROT REVIEW CRITERIA: After a long time writing reviews like an anus, think its time to set a few bad habits straight: Stop insulting designers. Show some respect for the design process and getting games in circulation. Hence (1) No Red scores. (2) Game scores as follows: Bad Game 5/10. Poor Game 6/10. Mediocre Game: 7/10. Good Game 8/10. Great game 9/10. Stella Game 10/10. To get 10/10 it must be a game that can be (theoretically) play-able for 1000+ hours. Not only great but near endless fun. Games may be bad or poor but making them should earn respect. Thus even the worst POS will still be a 5/10. 0/10 no longer exists in my vocabulary. Yellow is the new red. For the sake of accountability: you can reply if needed: Orctowngrot: Tim Rawlins: [email protected]

Redcloak, Sep 25, 2010

Bioware has gotten heat over the duration and quality of all of their DLC, but this particular pack sets a whole new low. While the other releases might not have been particularly lengthy, I enjoyed all of them for the cost. Even my least favorite, Golems, was head and shoulders above this DLC. It felt more like an undiscovered sidequest (notice: single quest) from the original game. It's a disappointing adventure that answers absolutely none of the questions from the original. Frankly, I don't think I've ever played a worse DLC. Horrible. The '2' is only earned through the entertaining banter of your party members, as it's the only worthwhile aspect. Summary Pros: Good Party Members Cons: Extremely Short, Content Very Easy, Barely New Material, No Plot Advancement I cannot even recommend this to DA fans. Save your money, there's nothing worth the buy here.

roy782, Sep 7, 2010

Im sorry to say this dlc is a complete garbage. first of all it took me less than 2 hours (with few coffee breaks), second i wasn't even close to die once ( while not touching the other henchman, just playing with my rouge... they also didn't die until the last boss, stupid mage), all of that in nightmare difficulty. second the lure is not that great . third and worse of them all the story is a total crap!!, no new information and an unbelievably stupid and disappointing ending without ANY NEW INFORMATION.bioware is a great company that make an amazing games but to say the least their dlc are not that great while this one is a simple fraud which just tells you GIVE US YOUR MONEY, See you next time.thanks bioware.

Darkfire66, Sep 8, 2010

Dragon Age has been one of my favorite games of the last few years. I have purchased all of the DLC that was available, and unfortunately, this is some of the weakest.Locations are obviously recycled from the full game, there is a very short, linear story line that doesn't give you any insight into morrigan's motives or plans. My character romanced morrigan the first playthrough.I think it's fair to say that most of the DLC is sub-par for this game. Your money would be better spent on a large sandwich and a drink, which will probably last longer and give you more satisfaction.

Hector07, Sep 13, 2010

It is sad when people who have done a tremendous job with previous DLCs and actual games feel that they are beyond reproach and can handle to its customers any crap and we will take it unconditionally, no complaints. well, it is like this they are wrong, and I would suggest that if your employees have little to do, dont send them to the crapper to think of a game while they have a **** because, frankly this is what this DLC feels like, thought by someone who really have neither love for the creation of a game and most importantly respect for their supporting customers. the world is littered with companies who arrogantly thought they were beyond reproach, who felt that they have won the gold medal before tunning the race, Please have some respect.