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"Citadel" Will Be The Last Singleplayer DLC For Mass Effect 3

Sheppard's final outing.

BioWare has announced the fourth, and final, singleplayer expansion for Mass Effect 3, dubbed “Citadel”.

As the name suggests, this latest content drop for the award-winning RPG will take place on the series’ most iconic space station as Sheppard and the gang team up with some familiar faces:

When a sinister conspiracy targets Commander Shepard, you and your team must uncover the truth, through battles and intrigue that range from the glamour of the Citadel’s Wards to the top-secret Council Archives. Uncover the truth and fight alongside your squad – as well as the cast from the original Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2.

Unlike the game’s somewhat divisive Omega expansion, once players have beaten Citadel they will be able to access a new hub area, complete with unique cinematic scenes and dialogue exchanges between characters. The expansion will also offer fans “one last chance” to rekindle the bond between Sheppard and the player’s chosen love interest.

Launching on March 5th for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC, this latest chunk of content is priced at $14.99 (1200 Microsoft Points). As usual, European PS3 owners will have to wait for their regular store update a day after to gain access. BioWare has yet to confirm if Citadel will be available on Wii U.

Additionally, the developer also dropped details on Mass Effect 3’s next multiplayer expansion titled “Reckoning”. As with previous online content packs it will be completely free and is due to launch next week.

Aside from seven new weapons, Reckoning will also feature five additional playable classes. These include the Geth Juggernaut, Female Turian Raptor, Talon Mercenary, Alliance Infiltration Unit, and what also appears to be the game’s first melee-centred class, the Krogan Warlord.

Source: BioWare Blog

  1. yogdog
    Since: Feb 2010

    Tempted to give all the single player DLC a go after this has been released, still got Mass Effect 3 and I want to see how the new ending plays out, as I’ve yet to see it. That was the only part of the game which (hugely, admittedly) disappointed me, the rest was utterly brilliant.

    Comment posted on 22/02/2013 at 05:11.
    • Scotty34
      Since: Apr 2011

      same here with the DLC. The revised ending was a bit better imo

      Comment posted on 22/02/2013 at 13:20.
  2. TSBonyman
    Since: Dec 2009

    I didn’t enjoy ME3 as much as ME2 but i might pick it up again just to play the dlc, especially this one which sounds more in keeping with the pace of M2. ME2 for me was more about go anywhere, do anything, whereas ME3 felt like i was being steered through less and less choices.

    Comment posted on 22/02/2013 at 16:17.