Content left on the cutting room floor is getting a second chance.
BioWare is giving pushed aside content another chance. A segment that was originally cut from Mass Effect 2, a mission that takes place on the Citadel, will be included in Mass Effect 3. The Citadel had a major role in the ending of the first game.
A leak on Gamestop shows what you'll get in the upgraded edition.
The Mass Effect 3 Collector's Edition will include a lot of extra stuff for only $20 more than the standard edition. Mass Effect 3 will be released on March 6, 2012 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC and the Collector's Edition will be $79.99. The extra content is listed below.
Thanks to a slight hiccup, we get a window into the way you'll be able to play.
With the announcement of Mass Effect 3 getting online co-op multiplayer, it was only a matter of time before news of a beta would emerge, especially with EA’s huge push for beta tests as pre-order incentives. The modern age of beta tests are far different from the Wild West of the PC scene of the 90s and early 2000s, however, and when the Mass Effect 3 beta accidentally got leaked last week BioWare was quick to issue some damage control, reminding people that the version of the game leaked out is in a rough, unfinished state.
Single and Multiplayer demo to be released in January
If fans of the Mass Effect series weren't already excited for the third installment in the series, Bioware announced that a demo will be made available in January 2012 (specific date TBA). This demo will include a single player portion and multiplayer portion, which marks the first time the public will be able to try the new feature hands on.
A prime example of how good games get better.
With Mass Effect 3 on the horizon, the overall hype meter is slowly building and for good reason; the game is filled with improvments, additions and an overall polish that clearly shows the right way to go about making a sequel.
Gamers wanting to join the online battle for the galaxy will need a pass to do so.
While we’re all very excited that Mass Effect 3 will feature online supported multiplayer in the form of “Galaxy at War” there is one little thing that gamers may take issue with: the support of the Online Pass program.
Your actions in co-op multiplayer will ripple through the single player campaign.
Yesterday our long-held suspicions were confirmed: Mass Effect 3 will indeed contain some kind of Multiplayer element. Now we’ve been provided details on exactly what’s in store for multiplayer via a blog post by Chris Priestly of BioWare.
Looks like you won't be saving the world alone after all.
It looks like multiplayer is coming to Mass Effect 3 if the Australian gaming mag PC PowerPlay is to be believed. According to their website, the magazine’s November issue, which goes on sale on October 19th, will blow the lid off of what may be one of the biggest video game announcements of the year.