In the last few months, there have been rumors about a Mass Effect Trilogy that is supposed to include revised versions of the original trilogy. According to current rumors, the remaster collection will be released this October.
As the name suggests, we are supposed to be dealing with a game collection that includes technically revised versions of the first three adventures of Mass Effect. After a few weeks ago it was said that the Mass Effect Trilogy was the biggest EA title for this year’s Christmas business, but now a well-known journalist is pouring new fuel on the fire these days.
We’re talking about GamesBeat editor and industry insider Jeff Grubb, who has made a name for himself time and again as a reliable source in the recent past. As Grubb mentioned during a podcast last Friday, Electronic Arts should announce the Mass Effect Trilogy in October and publish it a short time later – at least that is the current state of affairs. Due to the corona pandemic and the associated delays, the plans could change again at short notice.
“I know that until about last week the plan was this: to make an announcement in early October, release – at the end of October. This is good news,” said Grubb. “Now, perhaps the bad news. The year is 2020, so the dates may shift. There is such an opportunity. So far, this is not certain. I know it’s real. I’ve seen more than enough evidence to know it’s real, but it’s still 2020 and they haven’t announced it yet.”
Electronic Arts and the responsible developers of BioWare for the Mass Effect franchise have not commented on this matter or even confirmed the rumors about the Mass Effect Trilogy.
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