We negotiated for Mordin.
Ahead of the launch of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on May 14, BioWare made a treasure trove of bonus content available for free download.
This includes pieces previously packaged in the deluxe versions of Mass Effect 2 and 3, such as digital art books for each game and the first issues of the two comics Mass Effect: Redemption and Mass Effect: Invasion.
An 88-track soundtrack for the entire trilogy is also featured, including a new track for the Legendary Edition titled Resynthesis.
In total, this download weighs 1.7 GB and is available until May 31. If you haven’t leafed through the art books in the series yet, there are a few designs that may stand out. There’s another look at a Changed Illusionary Man, as he was supposed to be a boss fight at the end of Mass Effect 3, and a few early Reaper models cut off.
If you want a shot of nostalgia without the big download, BioWare released the trilogy soundtrack via YouTube last night with cute animated visuals. The whole thing lasts four hours, and yes I’m playing it right now:
Oh, and through the Mass Effect site, you can now create your own personalized Legendary Edition trilogy cover with your perfect mix of favorite teammates from the entire trilogy. Yes, even Kaidan.