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DRM Broke Dragon Age: Origins For Days

April 13th, 2011 04:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Martey writes “Ars Technica reports that a server problem with the DRM authentication servers has caused Dragon Age: Origins players to be locked out of any saved games that include downloadable content. Quoting: ‘Thanks to a combination of DRM idiocy and technical and communications failures on the part of EA and Bioware, I (along with thousands of fellow EA/Bioware customers) spent my free time this past weekend needlessly trapped in troubleshooting hell, in a vain attempt to get my single-player game to load. The problem, it turns out, was the Bioware’s DRM authorization servers.’” An update to the article indicates the problems have finally been resolved.

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