After numerous lengthy delays, the PlayStation 3 version of Dragon Age: Origins' Return to Ostagar downloadable content has passed certification, with a release scheduled for two weeks from tomorrow.
Return to Ostagar was originally slated for release during the holiday season for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, but constant delays pushed the release date into January. It was released for the Xbox 360 in early January, only to be withdrawn due to general bugginess. On January 29 BioWare released the downloadable content once again, though only for the PC and 360.
Now an official post on the BioWare forums has announced that the new content has finally passed PlayStation 3 certification, and will be hitting the PlayStation Network on March 11, giving players four days to blaze through Ostagar before the Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening expansion is released. It's still a relatively long wait, but at least you'll be busy for a while once it drops.
Return to Ostagar PS3 Release Date Confirmed! March 11, 2010 [BioWare Forums - Thanks Lisa!]