Gary A Swaby from TheKoalition.com writes: So I'm sure your all aware about the fact that if you buy the collectors edition of Dragon Age: Origins you get some special armor that you can also use in Mass Effect 2 right? Well naturally I figured this would only be if you bought the Xbox 360 or PC versions of the collectors edition. Well today I was thinking about pre-ordering my version of Dragon Age: Origins (on the 360), but I was in a very curios mood. So I clicked on the Dragon Age: Origins collectors edition for Playstation 3 just to see what it offered (on game.co.uk), and sure enough I saw that it offered the same armor that can be used in Mass Effect 2
So at first my instincts told me that maybe Game was unaware or mis informed, so I then decided to check on amazon.com and sure enough I saw exactly the same thing.
So either buying the Ps3 version gets you Mass Effect 2 armor for use with the Xbox 360 or PC (which would be retarded), Or we will definitely be seeing Mass Effect 2 on the PS3 at some point. Or these sites are just clearly false advertising, which is very wrong considering the average consumer (or a journalist like me) may assume that Mass Effect 2 is for Playstation 3 also. Either way this is a very interesting discovery.
According to the official press release from EA:
"In addition, BioWare will release the Blood Dragon Armor DLC, a set of themed armor that will give players additional protection in combat. This DLC is available to players who purchase a new copy of Dragon Age: Origins (original or Collector's Edition) via a code* included with the game. This armor will be available for use in both Dragon Age: Origins on the PlayStation 3 computer and entertainment system, Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and PC and in Mass Effect 2 on the Xbox 360 and PC."