It seems like we’ve been ready for the Mass Effect trilogy remaster for ages, although the venture was solely officially announced back in November. EA and BioWare haven’t but supplied an official Mass Effect: Legendary Edition release date past a imprecise spring 2021 window, however it seems that the ultimate date has leaked by a choice of early retail listings.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will launch on March 12, 2021, based on retail listings from Shopitree in Singapore and GSShop in Indonesia. Those listings had been noticed by Idle Sloth on Twitter, and the parents at Eurogamer have corroborated the date with their very own sources. The release date continues to be topic to vary previous to the official announcement, however till then, this date is wanting fairly strong.
The remaster is, certainly, a remaster – not a remake. That means you shouldn’t anticipate any basic gameplay modifications, however the video games might be optimised for greater resolutions, greater body charges, and can obtain another visible enhancements. The bundle can even embrace all of the single-player DLC initially launched for the trilogy.
BioWare promised “more information to come in the new year” on the remastered trilogy, and now that we’re in 2021 you need to in all probability anticipate that official data to return sooner moderately than later.
Since the Legendary Edition announcement, Mass Effect 5 also made its proper debut with a quick teaser trailer at The Game Awards. Fans of sci-fi RPG games have a lot to look ahead to, it appears.