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When EA announced the Mass Effect Trilogy last week, the publisher left out one important detail about whether or not the DLC from the series would be included. The question has (mostly) been answered in an updated FAQ on EA's official website.
Here's what the publisher had to say:
What DLC is included in the Mass Effect Trilogy?
EA also says the first Mass Effect for PlayStation 3 is available digitally for $14.99 when the collection launches on that platform. An official date for PS3 has not been announced, however. The collection launches on November 6 for Xbox 360 and PC.
Submitted a news tip for this last week. Surprised that more people haven't read this..
I'm glad the original is so cheap for PS3. Even though I played the crap out of it on 360, I'll get it for PS3 so I can expand my Platinum'd games.
I wonder if this will eventually come to Wii U. It would make sense to give it the full trilogy instead of just the third.
So, no Lair of The Shadow Broker or Arrival? No Kasumi?
Wow, that makes this kind of worthless....
I already knew this. -_-
If the DLC isn't included on the PS3 version it's a no buy. Greedy bastards at EA need to learn what a "complete collection" really is.