Rumor has it that the Legendary Edition of Mass Effect is making its way to Xbox Game Pass.
While it’s not officially confirmed by Xbox or EA – meaning we can only report it with the usual bucket of cynical salt for now – a Polish site, XGP, believes he noticed that the remastered trilogy briefly had a Game Pass badge on its Microsoft store list yesterday.
It’s already gone now, of course, but the site claims to have managed to take a screenshot before the Polish Microsoft Store listing was changed again, which I present here for your analysis:
Given that publisher EA has their own subscription service, EA Play, which comes bundled with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, this is certainly a credible rumor – hopefully EA or Microsoft will get us out of our misery and confirm soon. one way or another, eh? (Thank you, VGC).
“Bugs aside, Mass Effect Legendary Edition seems to be well worth its money so far, offering a beautifully remastered version of a 14-year-old game and surprisingly refreshed visuals for the two more recent titles,” we said. writes us in the Mass Effect Legendary Edition GamesRadar + review.
“If you’ve played the Mass Effect Trilogy before and enjoyed it, I don’t see how you wouldn’t love the Legendary Edition, as it brings all of your favorite characters and worlds back to 4K UHD. Did it After playing it, the improved story and visuals should take you through the still somewhat awkward combat of the first game. With all the DLC on repeat, you’ll have well over 100 hours of beautiful and heart-wrenching gameplay. in front of you. “
Did you know that dubbing actors Jennifer Hale and Mark Meer love Mass Effect as much as we do? The iconic voice actors – who both play Commander Shepard in the fan-favorite BioWare trilogy – are “just as invested in the adventures of the Normandy and her crew today as they were 14 years ago when the first Mass Effect was launched ”.
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