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Buy Dragon Age II, receive Mass Effect 2 free

06 Apr 11

BioWare has announced that, in celebration of the successful launch of Dragon Age II, the developer will provide everyone who's purchased a new copy of the game with a bonus downloadable copy of Mass Effect 2 on PC.

The offer applies to existing and new owners of Dragon Age II on any platform; simply activate the Online Pass code that came with your copy of Dragon Age II, log in using your EA account, visit this site and log in with your EA account. Finally, enter your Online Pass code once again and BioWare will provide you with a download code for Mass Effect 2 on PC.

According to BioWare, Dragon Age II has sold more than 1 million copies in less than two weeks since its launch, outpacing its predecessor, Dragon Age: Origins.

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