Leak: Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy Set To Release Across All Platforms This October
BioWare's sci-fic RPG is back
Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy has consistently made it to the news with various leaks. The game was first brought to the discussion when Industry Insider Jeff Grubb mentioned it in his Summer Game Mess. Along with Jeff, Jason Schrier also confirmed that Mass Effect Trilogy was in development. He noted that the game would release In 2021.
Today, the game was spotted on German Game retailer, gameware. While writing this article, the listing is still there, but I’m sure it won’t be for long. There are a total of three listings for the Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy. All three are the same, but the only difference is supported platforms. According to this leak, Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
Alongside the supported platforms, the listing also suggests a release date of October 30, 2020. Other than this, the price is €59.99, which translates to $70. I guess, $70 is now becoming the standard for all new games. Sony also announced first-party game titles, and we noticed that most of them were priced at $70. Take-Two also increased their game prices, and the upcoming NBA 2k21 would be priced at $70.
Well, this is not the first time a Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy leak has happened, pointing to an October release. A few months ago, Popular UK Game Retailer, GAME listed Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster. The listing initially said September 2020, but a few days later it was updated to October 2020. Players were able to pre-order the game, but their orders were later cancelled.
With so many leaks all pointing in the same direction. I think it’s very certain now, that Mass Effect Remastered Trilogy will release somewhere this year.