The Mass Effect Community Patch Team has released the first community patch for Mass Effect Legendary Edition. This is basically a spiritual successor to ME1Recalibrated, and aims to make small edits to fix bugs, and fix bugs only in Mass Effect 1: Legendary Edition.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition remasters the first three Mass Effect games and came out in May. And, according to EA, its sales exceeded its expectations.
ALOT (A Lot of Textures) is undoubtedly the best graphics mod for the first three Mass Effect games. This mod is so good that Bioware used it as a reference for improving the graphics of its remasters in the Legendary Edition. And yesterday, CreeperLava released the first version of ALOT that is compatible with Mass … Continue reading The best graphics mod for Mass Effect Trilogy is now compatible with Legendary Edition
Bioware has confirmed that its next-gen Dragon Age and Mass Effect games won’t be present at EA Play. Thus, don’t expect to see anything about these two projects in this upcoming event. This will obviously disappoint its fans but it’s at least good setting expectations before the show begins.
Casey Hudson, game director of Mass Effect Trilogy, has founded a new gaming studio, Humanoid Studios. Humanoid Studios promises to combine excellence in the arts with advanced sciences to deliver the future of interactive entertainment.
HenBagle has released a mod that aims to completely remove mouse acceleration from the first Mass Effect Remaster. Thus, you can use this mod only for Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and not for the original/vanilla version.
Yesterday, Bioware released a new patch for Mass Effect Legendary Edition that was aiming to improve overall PC performance. And, from the looks of it, this patch also removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.
Bioware has released a new patch for Mass Effect Legendary Edition that improves PC performance across various hardware configurations. Additionally, this patch comes with fixes for all three games.
As we’ve informed you back on May 1st, Mass Effect Legendary Edition would be getting a day-1 update. While Electronic Arts and Bioware did not share its full changelog back then, they did share it yesterday. Thus, it’s time to see what changes and improvements this day-1 patch brings to the table.
It appears that some users have gotten their hands on early copies of Mass Effect Legendary Edition and shared some screenshots from it. Alongside these leaked screenshots, you can also find some comparison screenshots between the remastered and the vanilla versions of Mass Effect.