Electronic Arts and BioWare have officially confirmed the Mass Effect trilogy release (called Mass Effect: Legendary Edition) for consoles and PCs. The announcement was made as part of the celebration of N7 Day, after months of reports and rumors about the collection.
The collection bundles Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3, released between 2007 and 2012. The original Mass Effect was released exclusively for the Xbox 360 and appeared on the PlayStation 3 a few years later. Since then, BioWare games have been multi-platform releases.
The new version is not a complete remake, but BioWare will improve them so that players can experience them “in the best possible way”.[s], “According to the official announcement, this means better resolution and frame rate, including all single player DLC and promotional items. Textures, shaders, character models, effects and more are all improved in the Legendary Edition. ..
The game missing from this collection is Mass Effect: Andromeda, launched in 2017. Not as popular as its predecessor, the Mass Effect series went into hibernation after its launch, and the BioWare Montreal team helped other teams. project. The game featured a different set of characters, including a new protagonist.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will be released for Xbox One, PS4, and PC in the spring of 2021 and will be playable on Xbox Series X and PS5. The new console will also be enhanced, but more information will not be available until 2021. It’s unclear if this will be released through a system similar to Microsoft’s Smart Delivery, giving players access to both the final generation and the latest. Next-generation version of the game.
In addition to Anthem’s ongoing overhaul, BioWare is also creating the following Dragon Age games: The name and release date haven’t been decided yet, and I’ve only seen a few artworks, so it can take years after the release. It may come before the new Mass Effect.
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