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Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Original vs Remastered Graphics Comparison Video

IGN has shared a new video in which it compares the remastered graphics of Mass Effect Legendary Edition with the original games. This video will give you a glimpse at the graphical improvements that the Legendary Edition brings to the table.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition Changes - Original vs. Remastered Performance Preview

Mass Effect Legendary Edition features single-player base content and over 40 DLC from Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 games, including promo weapons, armors and packs.

Furthermore, Bioware has stated that there will be some gameplay enhancements in the first Mass Effect game. According to the team, players can expect improved aiming and weapons balance. Additionally, the game will have better SFX, better Mako controls, input/controls, squad behavior, cover behavior and gameplay cameras.

It’s also worth noting that this trilogy will have some PC-specific improvements. This remastered trilogy will offer a modernized PC experience across all three games with native controller and 21:9 widescreen support. Moreover, there will be user interface navigation improvements, and DirectX 11 compatibility.

Now as we’ve already reported, Bioware is in talks with some modding teams. However, it appears that most existing mods won’t likely work with the Legendary Edition.

Lastly, Bioware has shared some new screenshots that you can find below.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition releases on May 14th.

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