It’s official: the Mass Effect Legendary Edition is real, and it’s set to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in spring 2021. Rumors yesterday pointed to a March release date for the Mass Effect Legendary edition, but for now that’s still just a rumor. BioWare says the game will also run on PS5 and Xbox Series X, with “targeted enhancements.” Mass Effect Legendary Edition preorders are now available for all platforms (see it on Amazon).
This new collection features the single-player content from all three games, plus all the DLC, promo weapons, armor, and packs made available since their original release. All content from all of the games will be fully remastered, with cleaner textures, faster frame rates, and 4K UHD optimization.
If you’re ready to lock in a copy of Mass Effect Legendary Edition for yourself, read on to see where it’s available, what comes with it, and how much it costs.
Preorder Mass Effect Legendary Edition
Xbox One / Xbox Series X
- Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
So far, no preorder bonuses, extras, or anything fancy has been announced to come alongside Mass Effect Legendary Edition. But just getting the full trilogy in 4K UHD should be good enough for many fans of the Commander Shepard saga. If BioWare announces any extra bells and whistles, we’ll update this page here.
BioWare announced Mass Effect Legendary Edition with a tweet and a blog post in November. In addition to the remastered Mass Effect trilogy, EA has also announced a new Mass Effect is in the works, though it’s still early in production.
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