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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Remastered Announced

Bioware reveals Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, collecting all three mainline Mass Effect games remastered in a bundle.

Back in May 2020, reports from video game publisher Electronic Arts investor finance call led to a rumor of an HD remake of Mass Effect trilogy being in works, which is backed by a leaked pre-order listing from UK retailer outlet GAME.

Following months of claims for leak on social media, developer BioWare has announced today that remastered version of original Mass Effect trilogy is bundled into Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and all set to arrive on spring 2021.

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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Remastered Announced


BioWare and EA came out revealing Mass Effect: Legendary Edition in celebration of annual N7 Day this year through an official blog post and brand-new trailer detailing contents included in upcoming Mass Effect remastered trilogy.

Legendary Edition collects every single-player campaign, armors, packs, promo weapons and DLC from Mass Effect (2007), Mass Effect 2 (2010) and Mass Effect 3 (2012), all remastered and optimized in 4k Ultra HD for current-gen.


Mass Effect remastered trilogy has updated all effects, models, shaders, textures and other technical features for modern-day systems. However, Legendary Edition will not include Mass Effect: Andromeda or any new contents.

BioWare and Electronic Arts has confirmed working on a new Mass Effect game right now that is on early stages of development but didn't disclose whether it's a mainline direct sequel or another spin-off adventure like Andromeda.


BioWare originally planned to release enhanced versions of Mass Effect trilogy in October but delayed due to porting issues. Although coming to all major platforms, Legendary Edition won't get a Nintendo Switch handheld version.

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, followed by PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S with forward compatibility and targeted enhancements for next-generation consoles in a future date.

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