The Mass Effect trilogy’s remastered release might just be among the worst kept secrets in the industry right now. Supposedly called Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, the release has been in the rumour mill for months on end, and lately, it’s been seeming like its official announcement might finally be on the way.
Recently, it was revealed that BioWare would be doing a “very special” livestream with the trilogy’s voice cast and some developers to celebrate N7 Day tomorrow, adding fuel to the aforementioned fires. And now, Tom Phillips of Eurogamer and Jeff Grubb of GamesBeat (who has been at the forefront of these Mass Effect leaks) are both hinting on Twitter that the Mass Effect remaster will finally be announced via BioWare’s blog tomorrow afternoon.
And here’s the kicker- recently, during their quarterly financial presentation, EA said that they will be announcing several upcoming FY2021 games soon, which, in their words, includes “an EA Originals title and a remastered title.” It doesn’t take a lot to connect those dots.
In fact, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition was recently rated in Korea as well. The collection was supposedly scheduled for an October launch originally, but got delayed internally to 2021. Stay tuned for more updates/
I hear Mass Effect fans should keep an eye on the BioWare blog tomorrow afternoon… https://t.co/NHswyqMtd6
— Tom Phillips (@tomphillipsEG) November 6, 2020
Wonder why. https://t.co/QuMvy19FnF
— Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) November 6, 2020
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