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Mass Effect 3 Has Cut Mass Effect 2 Mission

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.

"That's the nice thing about trilogies," Walters said. "Sometimes you get a second chance. There was a Mass Effect 2 plot that was a kind of callback to the first Mass Effect that was going to be on the Citadel, and we cut it, but now it's made a resurrection in Mass Effect 3, so I'm happy, but I can't say what it is."

Mass Effect 3 will be released on March 6, 2012.


 

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Julian Titus Reviews Editor

11/30/2011 at 04:45 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite deleted content on The Citadel.

Stanton Daries Review Writer

11/30/2011 at 05:48 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

Hey, that other deleted content has the same endorsement!

Julian Titus Reviews Editor

11/30/2011 at 05:59 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

What? I mean, um, someone must have used a third-party recording device to mimic the sound of my voice. Yeah, that's it...

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