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In an official blogpost on N7 Day, the VP of BioWare finally let the cat out of the bag – a remastered edition of the Mass Effect trilogy is coming out in Spring 2021. The original trilogy chronicles the space adventures of Commander Shepherd and his intrepid team, and received widespread critical acclaim and commercial success at launch. The Legendary Edition will include all single-player base content and DLC, promo weapons, armor and packs from Mass Effect (2007), Mass Effect 2 (2010) and Mass Effect 3 (2012), with 4K Ultra HD optimization and updated textures, shaders, models, effects, and technical features.

This upcoming game will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, with forward compatibility and targeted enhancements on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

EA’s BioWare is surely busy with a lot of work! On one hand, they have been working on this remaster, and on the other, a veteran team has been crafting the next chapter of the Mass Effect universe. Although it is quite early in development, they seem to be enthusiastic about sharing details at a future date. Then there is the mysterious Dragon Age 4, which we got a sneak peek at during Gamescom 2020. And finally, we have Anthem 2.0 – a promised rework of the ill-fated 2019 multiplayer game. At Gameffine, we always have kept you at the forefront of gaming news – remember the time when we confirmed the existence of the Legendary Edition, and its unannounced delay to 2021 too? So, keep your faith in us, and tell us what you think about this remaster in the comment section below!

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