A remastered Mass Impact trilogy, which is reportedly titled Mass Impact: Legendary Version, is now deliberate for an early 2021 launch. This information comes from VentureBeat’s Jeff Grub, who first outed the remaster earlier this 12 months and has spoken to sources near Digital Arts and BioWare concerning growth.
We’ve seen quite a few headlines reporting this information as a “delay,” and want to remind our readers that the trilogy itself has by no means been formally confirmed, not to mention its launch window. This isn’t a delay as such, though the unique plan was to at the very least reveal the title in October.
In keeping with Grub, what’s holding the Legendary Version again is the unique Mass Impact, which is working into high quality points by way of visuals and gameplay. Though Mass Impact 2 and 3 will include “spectacular” upgrades, BioWare desires to make sure that all three video games run effectively. Grub additionally reported that the package deal received’t embrace Mass Impact 3‘s multiplayer as a result of that might flip the trilogy right into a dwell service. What is included within the package deal is all downloadable content material ever launched for all three video games.
At current, it’s unclear if the Legendary Version will launch on next-gen platforms or not. Thus far, we’ve solely seen retailer listings for current-gen variations.
Grub acknowledged that the frustration that the information of a 2021 launch brings is on him as a result of he outed the trilogy’s existence. Neither EA nor BioWare have stated something about it but as a result of they’re ready for the correct time.
As typical, we’ll replace our readers when we’ve got extra info.