Project director Mac Walters confirms that the highly requested feature will be included in the remastered trilogy.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is shaping up to quite a significant upgrade over the original trilogy that it’s remastering. Numerous visual enhancements have been confirmed across all three games. Crucial gameplay changes and improvements have been made as well, especially to Mass Effect 1, and to some other overarching things, such as the how the progression over the course of the entire trilogy will affect Mass Effect 3’s Galactic Readiness mechanic in the absence of its multiplayer mode. But that’s not all.
A photo mode has been a heavily requested feature for the remastered trilogy since pretty much the moment it was announced. Taking recently to Twitter, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition project director confirmed that there will indeed be a photo mode in the trilogy, while also providing a screen shot to give us a sneak peak of what that will look like. Specific details on what the photo mode will entail have yet to be shared, but here’s hoping they arrive soon.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition recently went gold, and will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 14.
— Mac Walters (@macwalterslives) April 15, 2021