It appears that the time has finally come. Bioware has announced that it will make an interesting announcement tomorrow on its blog. And, in case you didn’t know, tomorrow is the N7 Day, a celebration day for the Mass Effect franchise. So yeah, we can safely assume that Bioware will officially reveal tomorrow the Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
In addition, Jeff Grubb shared the following image which appears to be the new box art for this trilogy.
— Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) November 6, 2020
From what we know so far, Mass Effect Legendary Edition will release in early 2021. EA was planning to reveal this remastered trilogy in September 2020, however, its plans changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea rated this remaster.
My guess is that the Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster will feature the base games alongside their DLCs. Additionally, Bioware will most likely implement higher resolution textures, and some QoL improvements. According to an earlier report, BioWare is also looking into improving both of the graphics and gameplay mechanics of the first Mass Effect game.
Stay tuned for more!
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