EA have made a load of bonus content for Mass Effect available for free to everyone until May 31st, or until their download limits are reached. Why they have download limits is a bit odd, you would’d think EA could spend a bit of cash on servers without them, but apparently not.
The pack includes:
- 88 Iconic Tracks – Download and enjoy your favourite music from the trilogy. Tracks include “Mass Effect Theme”, “Uncharted Worlds”, “Suicide Mission”, “Illusive Man”, “Leaving Earth”, the new Legendary Edition track “Resynthesis”, and many more.
- 2 PDF Art Books – Deliver deeper in to the saga with two exquisite digital art books (For Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3) from Bioware.
- 2 PDF Comic Books – Learn more about the Mass Effect universe with two limited edition digital comic books from Dark House Comics, Mass Effect: Redemption issue 1 and Mass Effect: Invasion issue 1.
- Normandy Digital Lithograph – Show of the best ship in the fleet with a digital lithograph featuring the Normandy in the heat of battle.
You can grab everything by following this link.
In other Mass Efect news, CNET have spoken to the Project Director for the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Mac Walters, and he has teased that the multiplayer component for Mass Effect 3, which is not part of the Legendary Edition, could still make a return.
“I would never say no to that,” said Walters, “We want to see what kind of reception the Legendary Edition gets and what the demand for the multiplayer is. And then we’ll ask ourselves if we have the resources and time to bring it up to the quality level we and fans want.”
He also discussed the controversial ending to the third game which a number of vocal players disliked. “The ending’s extended cut was part of the DLC, so that’s part of your new baked-in experience with the Legendary Edition,” he commented.
“But I guess people have to make up their own minds about it — we haven’t changed any of the story. It’s also been a little bit of time, so people play through it as a whole and then reassess. If they still have the same feelings about it then, that’s fair. I know I viewed the trilogy in a very different way now that it’s all together. I’m hoping other people will see it that way as well.”