To celebrate N7 Day, BioWare and Major Nelson announced that Mass Effect 2 and 3 would be coming to Xbox One backwards compatibility. Only the disc-based versions will be backwards compatible to standard Xbox users – the digital versions of the latter games in the series will be available for EA Access members in The Vault. Both the disc-based and digital versions of the first game are backwards compatible.
Happy N7 day! To celebrate, we’ve got a brand new Mass Effect Andromeda trailer! In true Bioware form, this trailer cinematically sets the tone for what looks to be the best Mass Effect game in the series.
Rather than show off extensive trailers for new titles, EA opted to show off a behind the scenes trailer that offered the first brief glimpses of new Star Wars games from Titanfall developer Respawn, Dead Space creator Visceral with Uncharted creator Amy Hennig, and Jade Raymond’s EA Motive, alongside glimpses at new content for recently released Star Wars games The Old Republic and Galaxy of Heroes.
There’s no question that the Mass Effect trilogy left us speechless, be it positively or negatively. Now, BioWare is set to do that again as it preps for the unveiling of a new chapter in the most highly-regarded, galactic franchise – Mass Effect: Andromeda.