BioWare has gathered 10 teams from across the globe to compete in the Dragon Age: Origins Warden's Quest, a 24-hour competition to determine which players are worthy of $US12,500.
The Dragon Age: Origins Warden's Quest is taking place on October 28th at 10am GMT (9pm AEST), with 10 teams of four players each representing nine different countries in a day long battle at the County Hall in London, England. Teams from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands and Belgium, Spain, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland will be participating, along with a team that BioWare hand-picked from among the company's most dedicated fans.
"We're extremely excited about the Dragon Age: Origins Wardens' Quest – it's going to be an awesome chance for gamers to band together to prove they're the best at navigating the world of Dragon Age," said Mark Darrah, Executive Producer, Dragon Age: Origins. "In the game, putting together a strong team is essential to success - in the same way the overall strength of the competing teams will decide who walks away with the money."
It's unclear as to what this 24-hour quest will entail, though the announcement does mention that leader board stats and highlights would be shown on screens about the Debating Chamber in the Country Hall, helping visitors determine who is ahead in the race for the grand prize — $US12,500 per person on the winning team.
For more details on the competition, visit the Warden's Quest web page, where information will eventually be available.