Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster Reportedly Called “Legendary Edition,” Not Coming To Switch
A remaster that has been rumored so much as of late that it is quickly working its way up to Half-Life 3 status is none other than that of the Mass Effect trilogy. The difference, however, is that this actually seems to be happening and we now know what it might be called.
Notable insider Jeff Grubb, who was among the first to point to a remaster of the Mass Effect happening, recently shared more details about the rumored collection. According to Grubb, EA is bringing a handful of games to the Nintendo Switch, but Mass Effect is not one of them. “Not yet, anyhow,” he said on a recent GamesBeat podcast (via VGC). “If that happens, it won’t happen in that one-year window that they talked about in their last shareholder meeting.”
In addition to this, Grubb also noted on the Xbox Expansion Pass podcast that the rumored Mass Effect trilogy remaster is called the “Legendary Edition,” a fitting title for something as grand as the BioWare franchise. Of course, we still don’t know if any of this is concrete facts, and while we can assume that it is, it’s best to keep the salt handy until EA or BioWare officially reveal what fans want. If all goes according to recent reports, that could be as early as next month.
It’s unknown when the Mass Effect trilogy remaster will arrive, or if it will at all, but here’s to hoping we hear something official soon. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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