Electronic Arts hasn’t announced Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, but VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb continues to argue that a reissue of the sci-fi role-playing trilogy is in the works. According to him, now Electronic Arts and BioWare have postponed the release of the collection to early 2021.
Back in May, Grubb said that, according to his sources, the announcement and release of the reissue of the Mass Effect trilogy will take place in October this year. Now they also said that the first part of the series is the main constraint on development. Currently, it does not match the quality of other projects – problems with both graphics and gameplay. This could make a bad first impression on new players and disappoint fans who will refuse to launch Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 afterwards, although the latter two received an impressive update.
In addition to this, Grubb said that the developers do not plan to include a multiplayer mode in Mass Effect: Legendary Edition. He believes Electronic Arts will then have to support him, which is not worth the investment. But the re-release will offer all the additional content released for the single player game.
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