Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered Rumored for 2021?

As rumors are piling up, BioWare has found itself among them. Amazon is also no stranger to them, as it is directly involved in this one. A new artbook listing of The Art of the Mass Effect Trilogy: Expanded Edition appeared on Amazon, published by BioWare.

According to the listing, this artbook contains extensive new material from the DLCs for all three games, including “Lair of the Shadow Broker” from Mass Effect 2 and “Citadel” From Mass Effect 3.

Knowing that BioWare teased what’s possible to be a remastered Mass Effect Trilogy, this whole thing kind of propels into expectations for an upcoming Mass Effect remaster. A long time ago, they tweeted about this possibility, and everyone was dragged into the assumptions of a remaster.

BioWare has had a rough time recently, especially with Anthem, failing to sustain the fan interest and moving forward the right way. In contrast, many others speculate of an Anthem 2.0 or Anthem Next, a complete overhaul that could save the title.

But, if any Mass Effect project is in the plans, then believing in this it’s somewhat dubious. I am confused, and I do not see beneficial acts, no matter the number of developers working on these projects. Hopefully, everything turns fine. In the end, no one would see any harm by playing a remastered version of one of the older Mass Effect titles.

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