First is was delayed because of a last minute issue found in certification, but now a title fix for Xbox 360's Dragon Age has led to it being pulled.
"This morning a title update on the Xbox 360 for Dragon Age: Origins was made available in preparation for the release of Return to Ostagar. This title update introduced a previously undetected issue that causes specialization classes to not work correctly in Dragon Age: Origins," posted BioWare's Chris Priestly, reports Eurogamer.
"We are removing Return to Ostagar from Xbox Live until the issue is resolved and are recommending that you do not download the title update. If you have already performed the update, we apologize for this and are working hard to ensure a fix is available as soon as possible." There's been no PC or PS3 date yet, though this might affect it.
Return to Ostagar takes the player and their band of merry adventurers back to the fortress at the beginning of the game, the bit right after the character's origin story concludes. There we'll find out just how bad things got and get us some new loot.