The legendary sci-fi franchise Mass Effect is known to continue, but before the new part appears, the remake of the original trilogy should first cause a sensation. Now the release date may have been leaked.
For a long time, the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition was probably the worst-kept secret in the game industry, after all, there were countless leaks before it was officially confirmed. In the meantime, it is clear that the new edition of the original trilogy should be available in spring 2021, but BioWare and Publisher EA have not yet set a specific date. A leak could now reveal this.
Like the Twitter user IdleSloth84 has determined, various online retailers have now updated their corresponding product entries and are now naming March 12, 2021 as the release date for the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition. The Singapore-based retailer Shopitree and the Indonesian retailer GSShop name this date. This would also fit into the officially communicated time window.
(Leaked) Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be released on March 12th 👀
— Idle Sloth 🙅🏻♂️1️⃣2️⃣❎ (@IdleSloth84) January 11, 2021
An official confirmation of this date is still pending, the English-speaking colleagues from Eurogamer however, citing their own sources, report that this is correct – at least if there is no unexpected delay.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will include all single player content and DLC packs from the critically acclaimed original trilogy. Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 should not only get all promo weapons, armor and other content in a single package, but also shine in optimized 4K Ultra HD shine. The release should take place for PC, PS4 and Xbox One including improvements for PS5 and Xbox Series X.