Now this is big bummer for all those interested in the upcoming trilogy package of Mass Effect. BioWare has updated the official website of Mass Effect Trilogy, stating that most of the SP missions that were released in the form of DLCs won’t be featured in this so called ‘complete’ package. Which really sucks because that was something we were all hoping for.
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.
As you may have noticed, there is no mention about the DLC missions for both ME2 and 3 that were released. No ‘Kasumi: Stolen Memory’, no ‘Arrival’, no ‘Lair of the Shadow Broker’, no ‘Leviathan’ and no ‘Omega’ code for when it’s coming out. Of course, all those DLCs will be available for purchase, meaning that you’ll have to put even more money on the table in order to get the ‘complete’ and ‘full’ Mass Effect experience.
Mass Effect Trilogy is currently planned for a November 6th release on Xbox 360 and PC. Mass Effect Trilogy will also come to PS3 at a later date!
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