BioWare studio’s beloved Mass Effect trilogy is coming out again under the name Legendary Edition with advanced graphics and 4K resolution support. This package, which includes the trilogy, also includes all the DLCs that have been released.
Mass Effect: Andromeda, the final game in the Mass Effect series developed by BioWare, was released in 2017 and was not well liked by either players or fans. However, the first three games of the series were met with fairly positive reviews, and even the second game of the series managed to earn the “Must Play” badge on Metacritic.
Mass Effect: although Andromeda has left a bad taste in players ‘ mouths, developer studio BioWare is preparing to introduce the first three games of Mass Effect, which are quite popular and have been a long time, to players again under the name Mass Effect Legendary Edition with advanced graphics.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition, where Mass Effect 1, 2 and 3 are assembled, will meet players on May 14. With the first trilogy, this package has 4K resolution support and HDR compatibility. In addition, it also offers 60 FPS support on PCs and consoles.
The PC version of the new edition offers 21:9 widescreen support along with controller support. Of course, advanced graphics are not the only thing offered in this package. In addition, all DLC packages released for the game are also included in Legendary Edition.
A statement from BioWare, the game’s developer studio, said tens of thousands of textures, visual effects and lighting were updated, while adding additional bokeh-style depth of field. It is quite possible to say that the package collected in the trilogy will visually satisfy its players.