There’s little doubt at all that we’re excited about Mass Effect: Legendary Edition here at Rocket Chainsaw. After years of rumours and hope that the Mass Effect Trilogy would finally be reborn with an updated release, it was finally confirmed by BioWare in 2020. That excitement was only increased after getting a chance to hear some of the game’s developers talk about it earlier this year. Now, it’s been confirmed that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition has gone gold.
Director Mac Walters took to Twitter to reveal that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition had gone gold, effectively confirming that after a couple of delays the game would hit its May 14th release date. That means we’ll be able to get our hands on the remastered and updated versions of the Mass Effect Trilogy in just over a month. Finally, Commander Shepard is back, this time with a suite of gameplay and visual updates (especially for the original Mass Effect) that modernise the game somewhat, while not being fully fledged current generation experiences.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition releases for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 14th, with the games receiving further benefits by playing them on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. For more information, check the official site.