Mass Effect Legendary Edition introduces two game modes, Legendary Mode and Classic Mode. These two modes have one major difference between them, Level Scaling. This feature will influence gameplay to a good extent. It will also change the way you progress in the game. So, let’s find out the differences between the two modes in Mass Effect.
What is the Difference Between Legendary Mode And Classic Mode In Mass Effect Legendary Edition
The main difference between the two modes is that of Level Scaling. In the original Mass Effect games, you would need two runs through a campaign to level up your character completely. However, with the new Legendary mode players are able to do so in just one run of the character. This might be partly down to the fact that the Legendary Mode has only 30 levels as opposed to the Classic Mode’s 60. So, due to this players are able to farm XP faster and level up quicker. While it doesn’t really change much of the game, you might get confused with the new levels, especially coming over from the older titles. Players are also reporting that in Classic Mode they are able to get through the levels faster than the original titles. Some are even saying that Legendary Mode allows you to get XP faster. Make of that what you will.
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How to change Level Scaling modes
To change the Level Scaling go to the options menu. Once you are here, search for gameplay options. Inside this, you will be able to find out an option for Level Scaling. You can even switch between these modes whenever you want.
Now you know everything there is to know about the differences between Legendary and Classic mode in Mass Effect Legendary Edition. While you are here have a look at some of our Mass Effect Legendary Edition Guides to know more about this new game pack.