The official unveiling of the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is still a long time coming. According to current rumors, it could be so far next Saturday as part of the so-called N7 Day.
For months there have been rumors of revised remastered versions of the original Mass Effect trilogy that will appear in the form of a game collection.
Most recently it was said that the corresponding collection will be called Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and will finally be officially announced in October. As it is known, nothing came of this. Perhaps for a good reason, however: according to recent reports, Electronic Arts and BioWare may have decided to pick a special day for fans to unveil the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition.
Strictly speaking, it’s about the so-called N7 Day, with which the Mass Effect series and its community are traditionally celebrated on November 7, 2020. In line with this, there will be a live stream with a panel on Mass Effect on Saturday, November 7th, 2020. While BioWare and Electronic Arts are still silent about the presented content, two old acquaintances could have sparked new speculations.
We’re talking about the two voice actors Mark Meer and Jennifer Hale, who at the time lent their voices to the male and female versions of the protagonist Commander Shepard and will be part of the stream – along with other voice actors from the original trilogy. In a freshly posted tweet, Hale also spoke of a “very special panel”.
#MassEffect #N7 day ANNOUNCEMENT!@Mark_Meer @blumspew @kimberlydbrooks @RaphaelSbarge @courtenaytaylor @AlixWiltonRegan @wlsalyers @KarinWeekes @PatrickWeekes @MrDCDouglas @missalihillis & I are doing a very special panel 2 celebrate #N7 day Sat11/7 11am PST
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— Jennifer Hale (@jhaletweets) October 30, 2020