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Hey folks. I just grabed the game yesterday.

 

In Origin I can only see 1 DLC for this game which is called the Aweakining.

 

Should I get this DLC after I complete the game? Or should I get the DLC now?

 

Also I can not see any other DLC but I believe the PS3 version used to have few more DLCs. (I used to own the game 3 years ago in PS3 but never really played it)

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All available DLC for Dragon Age: Origins (Click to show)
The Stone Prisoner Details (Click to show)
adds Shale to the game, a stone Golem and a party member. Shale is a powerful character, and has a back story, voice acting, and a unique quest. The Stone Prisoner also adds new locations and items. New copies contained a promotional code to receive The Stone Prisoner for free, which was valid until April 30, 2010. The code does not, however, work for those who have not used it prior to April 30, 2010.

Warden's Keep Details (Click to show)
Warden's Keep adds the fortress of Soldier's Peak to Dragon Age: Origins, granting the player the opportunity to understand why the Grey Wardens were exiled from Ferelden. The player can set up a base of operations, with an area to store party members' surplus equipment. The download also adds new talents, spells, trophies/achievements, and items.

Blood Dragon Armor Details (Click to show)
Blood Dragon Armor adds a set of "massive" armor that can be purchased in-game. In addition, registering the code used to obtain this DLC also lets the player download a similar set of armor to use in BioWare's Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age II.

Return to Ostagar Details (Click to show)
Return to Ostagar was announced on November 19, 2009, and was originally scheduled to be released during the 2009 holiday season.[47] It was then delayed to January 5, 2010, at which time it was delayed indefinitely. It was released on the Xbox 360 on January 13, 2010, but withdrawn again due to bugs. It was re-released on January 29, 2010, though only for Xbox 360 and PC. The PS3 release date was March 11, 2010.[48] On March 14, 2010, it has also been reported by the community as running on the Mac Platform, despite contrary claims by EA.[49] (An official Mac version has since been released) It features a return to the first battlefield of Ostagar, where the Grey Wardens were nearly wiped out by the Darkspawn invasion. It allows the player to unravel King Cailan's and Loghain's agendas, discover the armor of the late King Cailan and the arms of the last Grey Warden Commander, Duncan, and provides another opportunity to recruit a loyal Mabari War Hound. It also includes one achievement, and other new items.

Feastday gifts and pranks Details (Click to show)
On April 1, 2010, BioWare released a set of DLC items in honor of a fictional holiday within the Dragon Age universe called "Feastday," which mirrors April Fools' Day. The complete set contains ten unique gifts and ten unique prank items which the player can give to specific companions, and positively or negatively affect their attitude towards the player, as well as grant special in-game bonuses or penalties. The prank and gift items can be purchased separately for 160 BioWare points each, or 240 points altogether.
The Darkspawn Chronicles Details (Click to show)
On May 5, 2010, the game's official site announced The Darkspawn Chronicles to be released later that month. A brief synopsis indicates that the DLC, described as a module, will allow players to replay the final battle at Denerim as the Darkspawn army. The story alters the game's plot by presupposing that the player's Grey Warden did not survive the Joining, so the Ferelden army is led by Alistair, instead.[53] This new DLC was released on May 18, 2010 for the price of 400 Microsoft or Bioware Points.

Leliana's Song Details (Click to show)
Released on July 6, 2010, this DLC is a standalone campaign that stars Leliana, and is set several years before the events of the main campaign. Players assume the role of Leliana while she was an Orlesian Bard, and experience the events that inspired her to join the Chantry. The DLC features fully voiced cinematics, and a transferable reward for both Origins and Awakening.

The Golems of Amgarrak Details (Click to show)
Released on August 10, 2010, this DLC sends the player's Warden on a campaign in the Deep Roads of the Dwarven Kingdom to investigate the disappearance of a dwarven expedition that was searching for the lost secret behind constructing golems. Players can import their Warden from Origins or Awakening, and completing the DLC unlocks a special item that can be used in those campaigns. BioWare advertises that this campaign is recommended for experienced players, because of its difficulty.

Witch Hunt Details (Click to show)
Released on September 7, 2010, the Witch Hunt DLC sets the player on a campaign to investigate reports that Morrigan has returned to Ferelden, two and a half years since her disappearance at the end of Origins. Players can import their character from Origins, Awakening, Golems of Amgarrak, or create an entirely new character. BioWare advertises that Witch Hunt provides closure to Morrigan's storyline, rewards that transfer into Origins and Awakening, and that it is the final DLC to be released for Origins.

I got the game through Steam as GOTY edition with all the DLC included.
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Awakening is the expansion For Dragon Age so you can get it at later time when you beat Dragon Age. thumb.gif
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Hehe, I forgot to answer the initial question! Azuredragon1 is absolutely right.
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