BioWare announced today that Mass Effect Trilogy is currently available for the PC and X360. Mass Effect Trilogy is a compilation of all three Mass Effect games in one box, and includes a number of DLCs (tip: not all DLCs are included in this package). The game is currently priced for $59.99, and you can view below its official trailer that was released a couple of days ago.
According to its official description, Mass Effect Trilogy is packed with over 75 hours of content and regarding the DLC that will be featured in the Mass Effect Trilogy, here is what BioWare had to say:
“-On PC, Mass Effect will include Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station on disk. For Mass Effect 2, Cerberus Network will be included which features Zaeed – The Price of Revenge, The Firewalker Pack, Cerberus Assault Gear, Arc Projector heavy weapon, and Normandy Crash site mission. For Mass Effect 3, Online Pass will be included granting players access to co-op multiplayer.
-On Xbox 360, Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station are not included with Mass Effect, however they are available as stand-alone downloads through Xbox LIVE. For Mass Effect 2, Cerberus Network will be included and Online Pass will be included for Mass Effect 3.
-Information on PlayStation 3 DLC will be available soon.”
The Mass Effect Trilogy is compatible with other versions of Mass Effect, meaning that its owners will be able to play Mass Effect 3 multiplayer with other players and that its owners can use saves from across the original Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 titles with the Trilogy.
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