Wednesday, October 14, 2020
What has to be the worst kept secret in the world has seemingly been outed yet again, with the Mass Effect Legendary Edition cropping up once more, as the Korean Games Rating and Adiminstration Committee becomes the latest game certification body to slap a rating on the oft-rumoured remaster collection.
Spotted on multiple occasions, the remastered Mass Effect Trilogy has been kicking around for months on end now, heavily suggesting that an official reveal really should be imminent. However, publisher EA remains tight-lipped on the proposed Mass Effect redux, despite Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered being just around the corner for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition is rumoured to collect remastered versions of Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, and all of their accompanying expansions and DLC. Originally planned for a 2020 release, the trilogy remaster is said to have been delayed until 2021, even though it hasn't been officially announced as yet. Madness. We'll continue to twiddle our thumbs and wait, then.
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