BioWare gives away free copies of Mass Effect 2 to those affected by the Black Ops 2 disc issue

And it was to be expected. After getting the second DVD disc of Mass Effect 2 (instead of Black Ops 2) and cursing everyone for being unlucky little fellas, PC gamers can now enjoy two games for the price of one, as BioWare announced that it will be offering Mass Effect 2 – for free – to the first 50 people who got affected by this phenomenon and were quick enough to send them a picture holding their special disc 2.
This is a clever move by both EA and BioWare, as more gamers can experience the second part of their action-RPG trilogy, meaning that they could potentially purchase ME2’s DLCs or the other two parts of the franchise.
As BioWare suggests, in order to qualify, you must be in the picture, and disc 2 of your Call of Duty: Black Ops II must be visible.
We’re pretty sure that BioWare has already sent those free codes, but do yourselves a favour and mail them a picture of you holding the second disc of Black Ops 2 and who knows; you might be lucky and get a copy of ME2.
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