Mass Effect 3′s Leviathan DLC Emphasizes Underwater Mech Travel

Next week will see the release of the first story downloadable content for Mass Effect 3, titled “Leviathan,” and now we have a trailer to give us an idea of what it’ll be like.

Check out the trailer below. We’ve been told by BioWare to expect the DLC to clock in at roughly the same length as “Lair of the Shadow Broker” in Mass Effect 2. A bunch of spoilers have also leaked out for the DLC; read about those right here, if you so choose.

Leviathan drops on Aug. 28. Check back then, when we’ll have a review and lots of impressions.

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5 Comments on Mass Effect 3′s Leviathan DLC Emphasizes Underwater Mech Travel

Lilith

On August 24, 2012 at 3:59 pm

Considering Phil Hornshaw’s repeated factual inaccuracies, the DLC probably doesn’t exist. Which is a shame, because everyone bar a small vocal minority loves Mass Effect 3 and ‘gets’ its ending because they’re intelligent, unlike people who listen to Gamefront who are simply a mouthpiece for the mainstream press who have clearly been supporting the pathological deriders and had it out for BioWare since day one. I won’t back up any of these assertions because there is no evidence to support any of them, in fact literally all evidence contradicts my blinkered belief system, but I’ll stubbornly stick to these views in order to justify my unwavering love of EA and BioWare as well as my general authority complex.

Also, Hunter and wesker1984 are prophets. Anyone who picks genuine flaws in their ad hominem attacks is clearly a child incapable of reasoning, same as anyone who disagrees with my straw man examples.

lee

On August 24, 2012 at 6:53 pm

@Lilith I did not love nor hated the endings. I just feel that the endings needed the plot holes filled and some closure. I know some would call you a troll but I do not. Whenever I have a disagreement with someone I do not call them names because I am a rational and intelligent human being. Also I know a little something about writing since I am a published author. As for this dlc I don’t care if it does have a underwater mech, still not buying it.

David

On August 24, 2012 at 8:24 pm

@ Lillith Took til about halfway through your post to catch that it was sarcasm. Nice one. :D

Wesker1984

On August 25, 2012 at 2:29 am

Can’t wait for this DLC. but not because of the underwater travel but by the curiosity to know why and how a reaper can go rogue and kill one of its kind.

Zach

On September 1, 2012 at 12:36 am

@Lee I don’t think your actually read Lilith’s entire statement, which is shocking considering you claim to be a published author.

I was rather impressed by the fact that she was able to get sarcasm so clearly across with just text.