Rumours of a remastered collection of the initial Mass Effect trilogy have been drifting around for a number of months currently, with the current records asserting that EA intend on announcing the video game in early October and afterwards releasing it later on in the month as their huge late 2020 release. While it continues to be to be seen whether that will really take place, a seller may have splashed the beans on it.
As found by @Nibellion on Twitter, Portuguese retailer Video gaming Replay has put up listings of Mass Result Trilogy Remastered for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch over, with mentions of an October launch day. The incorporation of the Switch is intriguing, specifically given that very early records recommended that though the collection would release for Nintendo’s hybrid, it would be coming with a later day.
Naturally, these listings do not necessarily have to mean anything concrete, an it’s completely feasible that they were made as a result of the leaks and rumours themselves- so take this with a grain of salt for now. This isn’t the very first time retailers have detailed Mass Result Trilogy though.
We’ll keep you updated ought to we find out anything new, so remain tuned.
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— Nibel (@Nibellion) September 16, 2020