I played the first Dragon Age game, if you haven't played it, I would say its the spiritual successor to the Baldur's Gate/Neverwinter Nights games, (Until it was supplanted by Pillars of Eternity), I found the combat to be fantastic, the story was absorbing, and the choices that I had to make were not easy. I didn't play the sequel, mostly because it panned by most of the people who's taste in games is similar to mine. I wasn't unwilling to give it a shot, I just didn't want to plunk down that much money when it came out. Then after it had been out for a while I lost interest.
Dragon Age: Origin, got much better reviews, it was almost universally revered. It even received a few Game of the Year awards. That being said, I haven't played it. I don't have a next gen console, unless you count the Wii U, which I love, but it isn't as powerful as the others. I avoid all things Origin, so playing it on my PC isn't really an option. I'm okay with not playing it.
"Claim your place among the dragon slayers of legend! We are excited to announce the release of our latest multiplayer expansion, Dragon Age: Inquisition–Dragonslayer, available Tuesday, May 5 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360—at no additional cost."
Now this doesn't seem terribly interesting to me because I don't have the game, but I'm talking about it because its free DLC from EA! EA is the company that if you ask most gamers would say are the money grubbingest, deep pocketed, jackals of the industry, these are the guys many gamers love to hate, and they are doing the right thing here and putting out some DLC for free. This will buy them some good PR down the line I think, that is unless they are doing this to distract from something sinister. In the DLC is a new multiplayer mode called Dragonslayer, which sounds cool, They added new characters, and in another DLC pack called Black Emporiu, they added a new in game store. So if you're multiplayer focused kind of player you're all set, and new stuff for the soloist as well.
In all I have to say well done EA, and you won't hear me say that often.