Mass Effect: Legendary Edition screenshots show revised skyboxes and more
Take a closer look at all the shiny details.
What you need to know
- Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a remaster compilation of the first three classic Mass Effect games.
- EA has shared multiple screenshots showing the kinds of enhancements players can expect.
- Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is set to release on May 14, 2021.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is on the way, with a new gameplay trailer, tons of information and more. Additionally, if you want an idea of just how much work has gone into remastering these titles, EA and BioWare have shared a handful of screenshots from the first game.
In addition to the shot above of Sovereign on Eden Prime, you can take a look at some comparisons for the planet Virmire below. The original version of the game is on the left, while the Legendary Edition is on the right. You can tap or click the images to enlarge them.
Here's another set of comparison shots, this time on Feros:
The original Mass Effect had the most changes in this remaster, with the UI and controls changed to match later titles more closely. Over 40 DLC packs are included in this remaster, with the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer and Pinnacle Station not being included.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, PS5 and PS4 on May 14, 2021. BioWare is also working on a new Mass Effect game altogether but it's along ways off.
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With Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, you can experience all three classic games like never before. Improved graphics, gameplay and every bit of DLC ensure this is a remaster worth grabbing.
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