The Mass Effect trilogy: you might as well wait until November if you’ve waited this long
EA will be releasing a 3 game bundle pack come November 6th for anyone who’s not had a chance to play this iconic and often divisive series. If you’ve wanted to know what all the fuss was about, then I recommend picking up this $59.99 bundle this holiday which contains Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3 as well as certain DLC in a nice foil box. Currently only the Xbox 360 and PC releases are dated, the PS3 version will be detailed at a later time. The Wii U will only be getting the Mass Effect 3 version itself and for the full $59.99 price tag (but it does include the From Ashes DLC)
The PC version will include Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station DLC for Mass Effect, the Cerberus Network for Mass Effect 2 which includes some bonus weapons and missions, and the Online Pass for Mass Effect 3 granting co-op access. It does not appear that the From Ashes DLC is included in this bundle.
The Xbox 360 version will not include the Mass Effect DLC, but will still include Cerberus Network for ME2 and Online Pass for ME3. PS3 DLC details are still awaiting to be revealed.
PlayStation 3 owners who missed out on what was originally an Xbox 360 exclusive will be able to download the original Mass Effect on the PSN for $14.99. This will release on the same day as the trilogy.
EA have also stated that those with other versions of Mass Effect outside of the trilogy (i.e. save files) will be able to use those saves with trilogy.