The much-loved game series Mass Effect is finally releasing a remastered version of the series. The remastered version has hundreds of new and more refined textures as well as graphics. Not to mention, the game will be available in 4K Ultra HD this time.
The Legendary Edition seems to be poised into becoming a great hit amongst fans as well. It is set to release on May 14th 2021.
Mass Effect is a military science fiction media franchise first released on 20th November 2007. The game was a big hit and has since released 3 more sequels. The fourth game was released in March 2017.
The original storyline of the game is wrapped around a war between mankind and mechanized beings known as Reapers and their agents. Commander Shepard is the main character of the story and his mission is to save mankind from the threat of the Reapers. The trilogy or first three parts cover this story while the fourth installment takes place in the Andromeda Galaxy and has a new cast of characters.
What can be expected from Mass Effect: Legendary Edition?
The game is obviously getting a well-received revamp and covers the single-player base content. The games being covered in the legendary edition are Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3. There are also more than 40 DLCs being covered in the game for the fans to enjoy. All the promo weapons, armors, and packs are remastered and optimized for 4K Ultra HD.
However, some of the fans are a little saddened with the update because it sort of takes away from the vibes of the whole game. The inferior visuals sort of added an exhilarating aspect to the game. Many of the fans proclaimed that the game’s lack of ambient lighting and low visibility also added to the spookiness.
Click here to check Mass Effect: Legendary Edition’s website! It contains the trailer as well as a side-by-side comparison of the new and old versions of the game.