Next week on May 14, Mass Effect Legendary Edition will finally hit digital and physical stores worldwide. To celebrate the occasion, BioWare announced that it is giving away a free digital collection of 88 tracks from the trilogy, two art books PDF, issue 1 of Mass Effect: Redemption and Invasion comic books, and a Normandy lithograph. Simply head over to EA.com to grab the 1.7 GB bundle free of charge.
The promotion will run until May 31, 2021. However, Bioware also mentioned that the free digital bundle could be pulled earlier if it reached an unspecified “download capacity.” With that in mind, I suggest you to quickly grab these files before it’s gone. Aside from the free gift, there is also a custom “My Shepard” key art creator that lets you make custom Mass Effect design for your PC wallpaper or even your own PS4 and Xbox One physical cover art. Pretty neat.
And on somewhat related news, the company is currently running a Mass Effect trilogy soundtrack stream on YouTube. It includes the brand new track from Mass Effect Legendary Edition called Resynthesis, which you can hear at the 04:06:29 mark. Check it out below.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be packed with “almost” every single content from the first Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3. It is, unfortunately, will be missing the Pinnacle Station DLC from the first game because of corrupted data along with the multiplayer mode of the third game. The PS4, Xbox One, and PC remaster will support 4K HDR output, 60 FPS, UI overhaul, improved character models, a more detailed environment, and an overall update for the visual presentation. Read more about the details in our Legendary Edition write-up.
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