BioWare originally announced during the final stages of the development of Dragon Age: Origins that two years worth of downloadable content were planned for release. The planned DLC would include items such as rings and amulets, short adventures like the Warden's Keep and full expansion packs with dozens of hours of new gameplay. With the earlier than expected arrival of Dragon Age II, Witch Hunt was confirmed to be the last DLC release for Dragon Age: Origins. Some downloadable content can be purchased within the game with BioWare points, Microsoft points or through the PlayStation Store, while others were pre-order promotional items and can no longer be obtained.
DLC items and Awakening
Not all of the Dragon Age: Origins DLC can be accessed in Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening. All equipment obtained in Return to Ostagar transfers successfully on all platforms. The items obtained in The Stone Prisoner import only on the PC. Additionally, while the equipment from Warden's Keep does not transfer on any platform, the Power of Blood abilities do (as of patch 1.04).
None of the promotional items import successfully, except for the Memory Band. Having any of the non-importable items equipped on the Warden may cause their stats (including fatigue) to be permanently stuck on the character.