Entries for Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered on PS4, Xbox One and Switch appeared on Website of the Portuguese retailer Gaming Replaywhich suggests the long-awaited remaster might be coming soon.
..Mass Effect Trilogy entries were posted on a Portuguese retailer website with a temporary boxart with a new logo on ithttps: //t.co/84mrMawGXA pic.twitter.com/Eunn36zOjFSeptember 16, 2020
The three separate entries, which have since been removed from the website, had the Xbox One and PS4 versions for $ 59.99 and the Switch version for $ 49.99. The description just said, “More information will come soon,”
How we reported earlierGamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb said on a podcast that he was “sure” that EA would announce the Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered in early October this year and release the trilogy later this month. This coincides with the list of Portuguese retailers according to which the remaster will be released in October 2020. “I think [EA] planned this Mass Effect trilogy to be the other big thing [other than Star Wars Squadrons] For $ 60 this vacation, so I’m still pretty confident it’ll work, “said Grubb.” But with everything else falling apart, as it did down the line, I could see that they wanted to hesitate, too. But that’s not certain – it’s not a guarantee – it hasn’t even been decided. It just seems like one option that’s on the table, but the last time I heard was October – October for both. “
Mass Effect fans have long waited for a complete remaster of the original trilogy – while Mass Effect 2 and 3 stand the test of time, Mass Effect 1 and its jerky Mako mechanics have to be tinkered a bit to carry over well to the current state -gene. I’m just waiting for the opportunity to repeat the trilogy all over again and make the exact same decisions that I made the first two times. Sorry Ashley Williams.
A new book We celebrate the art of the Mass Effect trilogyis currently available for pre-order.