Mass Effect Trilogy Comes to PS3 on December 4

PS3 players will be able to enjoy the original Mass Effect for the first time on December 4th, when the Mass Effect Trilogy releases for the platform. The PC and Xbox 360 versions of the trilogy release on November 6th.

Ryan Warden, the External Producer for the Mass Effect Trilogy, revealed the dates via a recent update on the BioWare blog. He also stated that the PS3 3 version of Mass Effect Trilogy will have the original Mass Effect with the Bring Down the Sky DLC integrated into the game, both on-disc and on the PSN download, Mass Effect 2 will still have the same DLC on-disc that it was originally shipped with: Cerberus Network; Kasumi; Overlord; and Lair of the Shadow Broker, and Mass Effect 3 will also be exactly as it originally shipped.

As for the Xbox 360 version, it will include all DLC that came with the original games – Cerberus Network with Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 remains unchanged as well. The PC is the same as Xbox 360, except both Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station are available for free.

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2 Comments on Mass Effect Trilogy Comes to PS3 on December 4

Swcloud99

On November 4, 2012 at 3:52 pm

Looks like they’re still trying to sell us ME3 DLC. “Why give the players the complete experience when you can make more money?”
F**k you.

Fart

On November 5, 2012 at 2:16 am

The sad thing is, I’ll probably end up getting the first Mass Effect again on Playstation just because I love the game so much and want to be a completionist. I know it’s feeding into the EA corporate machine, but that game was made before BioWare sold its soul. I guess it’ll depend on how much it costs to download, if it’s full-price then you can forget it. £11.99 individually and I’ll consider it.