Mass Effect Trilogy “HD Remake” Reportedly Launching By Next Year

Mass Effect Trilogy "HD Remake" Reportedly Launching By Next Year

Mass Effect fans, your time appears to have finally come! While there’s been very little news regarding the popular Bioware franchise since support for Mass Effect: Andromeda prematurely ended, a new report is now suggesting that a Mass Effect Trilogy “HD Remake” may be on the way within the next year or so.

The news comes by way of the folks over at Venturebeat, which reported on a recent EA investors call that served as an overview for the fiscal year ending in March 2020. According to the call, EA has 14 games in the works to be released within the next year, though the publisher also remains committed to its live service games like Apex Legends. “This year we plan to grow our communities across new platforms and ways to play,” EA chief executive officer Andrew Wilson said.

Building on our announcement with Google Stadia last week, we plan to bring our games to more digital distribution channels. We’ll take our subscription service to a fourth platform in Steam.”

The call then moves on to discuss the games that are coming in the next year, one of which is referred to as “an HD remake of an EA game.” Venturebeat appears to know exactly what that particular game is, stating “that HD remake of an EA game is the Mass Effect Trilogy,” and to not expect it to initially launch on Switch. The writer doesn’t offer any reason as to ‘why’ the HD remake refers to a Mass Effect Trilogy, though this isn’t the first time we’ve heard about a possible trilogy in the works. Thankfully, if it does happen, we’ll hear about it within the current fiscal year.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.


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