Coming to Planet Earth This March
The whole prospect of a remastered Mass Effect collection has been shrouded in secrecy. But like, the kind of secrecy of certain athletes using steroids. Like it’s pretty obvious and they might get asked about it and they’ll deny it, but no one believes them, and then the truth comes out, but no one is surprised. What I’m trying to say is that BioWare uses steroids. I mean, we all knew about Mass Effect: Legendary Edition before it was announced, and BioWare just can’t seem to keep information on it under wraps.
Earlier today, a couple of South Asian retailers have been seen listing Mass Effect: Legendary Edition with a release date of March 12th. However, rule number one on the internet is don’t believe everything you see. And that skepticism is doubled when it comes to South Asian products. EA has not made any announcements about release dates, but it is just a remastered bundle after all. The only complication that might delay a release would be if they are also preparing a next-gen upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X for day one.
(Leaked) Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be released on March 12th 👀
— Idle Sloth 🙅🏻♂️1️⃣2️⃣❎ (@IdleSloth84) January 11, 2021
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a collection of the first three Mass Effect games bundled with all their DLC with remastered visuals. Again, EA has not announced an official release date, but the expectation of a March release is sound. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will be out on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X, hopefully in March.
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