The Deluxe Editions of Mass Effect 2 and 3 come with a plethora of additional digital content, and now that Shepard’s Mass Effect Trilogy is bundled into the Legendary Edition, this digital content is available as a free download, for a limited time. .
The available content includes:
- The full Mass Effect soundtrack.
- The first issues of the comics Mass Effect: Redemption and Mass Effect: Invasion.
- Two mini art books for Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3.
- A digital lithograph of Normandy.
That’s not a bad result, all in all: the two comics are the first in a four-part miniseries that explore canonical side stories around the events of Mass Effect 2 or 3, with Redemption following Liara (who is also quite absent outside of its designated DLC) and Invasion after Aria T’Loak. While art books are obviously not the same product you’d get in official art books, they’re not skinny – Mass Effect 3’s is 74 pages. A “digital lithograph” might be hard to sell (it’s an illustration, and it’s good), but listening to “I Was Lost Without You” on repeat and cry can be a little easier for people who like. own their music.
While we wait for news on the sequel to the Mass Effect universe (and you can assume we’ll be waiting for a while), a little extra thing not really bad. That’s why, on the other side of the BioWare coin, we keep getting teased with artistic concepts for Dragon Age.
The promotion is available until the end of July, “or until download capacity is reached”, so if you are on the fence, it might be worth entering the most. early as possible.