Bioware’s Mass Effect franchise has without a doubt been a big hit, originally being released on the XBox360 and PC, and since then the select titles in the trilogy have been released on the Playstation 3 as well as a final upcoming Wii U release. Outside the games it has also seen success in comic, novel, apparel, collectible action figures and theatrical releases to name a few.
Bioware and Electronic Arts have today unveiled the ‘Mass Effect Trilogy’ collection, a compilation of all three award-winning Mass effect games in one box. Available in Australian and New Zealand beginning November 8, 2012 for only $89.99 (PC) $99.99 (Xbox 360, PS3) the Mass Effect Trilogy is the perfect holiday gift for longtime fans or friends who have yet to experience Commander Shepard’s epic journey to save the galaxy.
Coinciding with the launch of Mass Effect Trilogy, BioWare will kick off the first annual “N7 Day,” a worldwide celebration of the Mass Effect franchise on November 7, 2012. Stay tuned to the games official website for updates and announcements for a variety of in-game, online and live events which fans can congregate and fly their N7 colors.
The Mass Effect trilogy follows the rise of Commander Shepard from Alliance Marine to becoming the galaxy’s most elite soldier – the only soldier who can lead an all-out galactic war against an ancient alien race known as the Reapers. Heart-pounding action meets gripping interactive storytelling as players decide how their unique story unfolds over all three games. With a team of loyal soldiers at their side, each player decides how they will save the galaxy, from the weapons and abilities they utilize to the relationships they forge or break.
The Mass Effect Trilogy will be available on the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and PC on November 8, and will be available at a later date for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. Mass Effect, the game which started it all, will be available on PlayStation 3 for the first time through the Mass Effect Trilogy and digitally as a standalone title via the PlayStation Network.