Praise Bioware! Mass Effect: Legendary Edition has been confirmed. This is a remastered, 4K-Ready version of the first three games in the series.
I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my favourite piece of news on the Citadel.
Bioware and EA have confirmed that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is coming Spring 2021.
In a celebratory blog post, as it’s N7 Day, Casey Hudson confirmed the news that the not-so-well-kept secret of a remastered Mass Effect trilogy was indeed true.
For many months now, our team at BioWare has been hard at work updating the textures, shaders, models, effects, and technical features of three enormous games. Our goal was not to remake or reimagine the original games, but to modernize the experience so that fans and new players can experience the original work in its best possible form. It’s been amazing to see the adventures of Commander Shepard take on new life in super-sharp resolution, faster framerates, and beautiful visual enhancements. As game developers, we always hope that our games will transcend their original platforms. Having the opportunity to remaster the trilogy means that the fruits of a decade of our work will live on, and will be experienced better and clearer than ever before.Casey Hudson, Studio GM of Bioware
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will include all the single-player content from Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3. This is including all DLC and Promotional Content you might have missed out on before!
All three games have been remastered and optimised for 4K Ultra HD. The game will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. This is despite it’s Spring 2021 launch period. Targeted enhancements and forward compatibility is in the works for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition isn’t the only Mass Effect Coming…
Hudson also hinted that another entry into the Mass Effect series was in the works, however can’t share any details on it yet.
Meanwhile here at BioWare, a veteran team has been hard at work envisioning the next chapter of the Mass Effect universe. We are in early stages on the project and can’t say any more just yet, but we’re looking forward to sharing our vision for where we’ll be going next.Casey Hudson, Studio GM of Bioware
For the original source of this information, follow the link: Bioware N7 Day Blog Post