“Mass Effect Legend Edition” will bring back one of the greatest trilogy of sci-fi video games ever, and will be remade to make it look and play better. The original Mass Effect trilogy consisted of Mass Effect (2007), Mass Effect 2 (2010) and Mass Effect 3 (2012) and was developed by BioWare. The studio owned by Electronic Arts will also adopt the legendary version, and re-produce all three “Mass Effect” games through significant visual enhancements and massive upgrades in combat mechanisms and reloading time. From launch date to launch, this is everything you need to know on Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
“Mass Effect Legend Edition” will feature the complete “Mass Effect” legend, skipping the glitches in “Mass Effect: Andromeda” (2017) without loss. Like all other compiled versions, “Mass Effect Legend Edition” will have a launcher that allows you to launch any of these three titles. There will also be a universal character creator where you can create your own series protagonist Commander Shepard and customize everything from gender to facial features.
Mass Effect games are known for their amazing emotional storyline, because the storyline revolves around Shepard’s epic space adventures, because he (or she) unites the diverse galactic community with aptly called the “Reaper” The evil synthetic organic race. The game is governed by a moral system, and Shepard’s choice seriously affected the entire storyline. If you play all three games in a row, then the legendary version will transfer all the decisions you make in one game (and their consequences) to the next one, making you feel like you are playing a big game. Instead of playing three chapters separately.
In addition to the remastered basic game, “Mass Effect Legend Edition” will also include all the single-player downloadable content (DLC) originally released for each game. The legendary version will not have a multiplayer game mode.
Mass Effect Legend release date
“Mass Effect Legend Edition” is scheduled to be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 14. Although the game will be supported through the backward compatibility of Xbox Series S/X and PlayStation 5,
BioWare has no plans to be dedicated to the next-generation release of the restored trilogy.Game director Mac Walters explained the reason in an interview with IGN, “For me, if I want to buy a game that uses next-generation hardware, I will get a lot of expectations from it, and I think it far exceeds our expectations. [Unreal Engine 3] What needs to be done is once again better than a real remake. In my opinion, this would be a bit dismissive. I think it is more suitable for the next mass effect. “
Mass Effect Legend PC system requirements
For PC players, Mass Effect Legendary Edition requires 64-bit Windows 10, at least 120GB of free space, and DirectX 11.
Mass Effect Legend PC system requirements (minimum):
- CPU: Intel Core i5 3570 or AMD FX-8350
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon 7970 / R9280X
- Memory: 8GB
- VRAM: 2GB
Mass Effect Legend PC system requirements (recommended):
- CPU: Intel Core i7-7700 or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon Vega 56
- Memory: 16GB
- VRAM: 4GB
Mass Effect Legend Edition price
PS4 users can use Mass Effect Legendary Edition on Rs through the PlayStation Store. US$3,999/US$59.99.
Xbox One users can purchase the Mass Effect Legendary Edition through the Microsoft Store at a price of Rs. 3,999 / $59.99.
PC users can purchase the Mass Effect Legendary Edition on Rs through Steam. US$3,999/US$59.99.
There is no pre-order bonus for the Mass Effect Legend.
Mass Effect Legends Edition review embargo
There is no official news about when the embargo on “Mass Effect Legend Edition” will be lifted. We expect that the game will start to receive a lot of comments when it is released on May 14.
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