‘Mass Effect Trilogy’ Coming This November, Brings First Game to the PS3

EA and BioWare announced this morning that the Mass Effect Trilogy is coming to the PC and Xbox 360 on November 6th with the PS3 version to follow at a later date. And the next day will be the very first “N7 Day,” which will serve as some kind of celebration of the Mass Effect franchise, but we should hear more about that in the coming weeks.

The press release doesn’t specify if the compilation will include any of the previously-released DLC and expansions, but this brings the first entry in BioWare’s series to Sony’s console for the first time, and it’ll be available both boxed and digitally.

No word on if the compilation will likewise make its way to the Wii U.

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