Look for Dragon Age II on Steam right now and you won't find it. Why? Specific and/or official reasons aren't clear right now, but Destructoid conjectures it may be due to the manner in which the new Legacy DLC is being distributed. Rather than being sold via Steam's storefront, the DLC is acquired via an in-game store. This may be a violation of Valve's policies.
Dragon Age II's disappearance follows news that Battlefield 3 will not release on Valve's platform and the removal of Crysis 2 after an apparent disagreement between developer Crytek and Valve.
Whatever is really going on with the PC version, the Legacy DLC is now available for all platforms. It costs $9.99 or 800 BioWare/Microsoft Points and features a number of new locations as well as some back story on the Hawke family. Find out more here.
We've reached out to the companies to see if there's an explanation for Hawke's sudden departure from Steam.
This article originally appeared on GamePro.com as Dragon Age II Disappears from Steam; Legacy DLC Released