Mass Effect Legendary Edition launched globally for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation | TechNeg

Mass Effect Legendary Edition coming with various re-balancing and improvements | TechNeg
Mass Effect Legendary Edition launching on 14th May

EA has launched the Legendary Edition of Mass Effect globally for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. Mass Effect Legendary Edition can be purchased from OriginPlayStationXbox, and Steam

Being developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a compilation of the video games in the original Mass Effect trilogy: Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3.

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition brings a stunning 4k experience with enhanced visuals, textures, and models. 

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition includes single-player base content in edition with over 40 DLC from Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3 including promo weapons, armors, and packs all optimized and rebalanced for 4K Ultra HD.

Price of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition can be purchased for Rs. 3,999, and you can purchase the Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition – ME3 Owner Offer BUNDLE at just Rs. 4,563. 

Pre Order Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition can be Pre-Ordered from OriginPlayStationXbox, and Steam

Changes brought by Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Gameplay Changes

  • Shepard can now sprint out of combat
  • Melee attacks are now mapped to a button press rather than automatically occurring based on proximity to an enemy
  • Weapon accuracy and handling has been significantly improved
    • Reticle bloom is more controlled
    • Weapon sway removed from sniper rifles
    • Aiming down sights/”tight aim” camera view has been improved
    • Improved aim assist for target acquisition
  •  All relevant enemies now take headshot damage in the first game
    •  Previously some did not, including humanoid enemies
  • Ammo mods (Anti-Organic, Anti-Synthetic, etc.) can now drop throughout the whole game
    • Previously, these stopped dropping at higher player levels
    • They are now also available to purchase from merchants
  •  All weapons can be used by any class without penalty
    •  Specializations (the ability to train/upgrade certain weapons) are still class-specific
  • Weapons cool down much faster
  • Medi-gel usage has been improved
    •  Base cooldown reduced
    •  Leveling benefits increased
    •  Increased Liara’s bonus to cooldowns
  • Inventory management improvements
    • Items can now be flagged as “Junk”
    • All Junk items can be converted into Omni-gel or sold to merchants at once
    • Inventory and stores now have sorting functionality
  • Some abilities have been rebalanced
  • Weapon powers (i.e., those that are unlocked on each weapon type’s skill tree) have been improved:
    • Effectiveness/strength is increased (duration reduced in some cases)
    •  Heat now resets on power activation
  • Squadmates can now be commanded independently of each other in the first Mass Effect, the same way you can command them individually in Mass Effect 2 and 3
  • Some boss fights and enemies in the first game have been tweaked to be fairer for players but still challenging
  • Cover has been improved across the trilogy
    • An additional cover added to some encounters
    • Entering and exiting cover is now more reliable
  • XP has been rebalanced in the first game
  • Ammo drops have been rebalanced in Mass Effect 2

The Mako 

The Mako
The Mako - Mass Effect Legendary Edition

The M35 Mako is a fictional vehicle that appears in the Mass Effect video game franchise. A six-wheeled tank/utility vehicle, it appears in the original Mass Effect as a drivable transport vehicle that is also capable of providing combat support

Mass Effect Legendary Edition will bring the following changes and improvement in the Mako;
  • Improved handling
    • Physics tuning improved to feel “weightier” and slide around less
  •  Improved camera controls
    •  Resolved issues preventing the Mako from accurately aiming at lower angles
  • Shields recharge faster
  • New thrusters added for a speed boost
    • Its cooldown is separate from the jump jets’
  • The XP penalty while in the Mako has been removed
  • Touching lava no longer results in an instant Mission Failure and instead deals damage over time

Character Customizations brought by Mass Effect Legendary Edition

  • New unified launcher for all three games
    • Includes trilogy-wide settings for subtitles and languages
    • Saves are still unique to each game and can be managed independently of each other
  •  Updated character creator options, as mentioned above
    • FemShep from Mass Effect 3 is the new default female option in all three games (the original FemShep design is still available as a preset option)
  • Trophies across the trilogy have been updated
    • New trophies have been added to the trilogy
    • Progress for some now carries over across all three games (e.g. Kill 250 enemies across all games)
    • Trophies that were streamlined into one and made redundantly were removed
    •  A number of trophies have had their objectives/descriptions and/or names updated
  • Integrated weapons and armor DLC packs
    • Weapons and armor DLC packs are now integrated naturally into the game; they’re obtainable via research or by purchasing them from merchants as you progress through the game, rather than being immediately unlocked from the start. This ensures overall balance and progression across ME2 and ME3
    • Recon Hood (ME2) and Cerberus Ajax Armor (ME3) are available at the start of each game
  • Additional gameplay & Quality of life improvements
    •  Audio is remixed and enhanced across all games
    •  Hundreds of legacy bugs from the original releases are fixed

PC System Requirements of Mass Effect Legendary Edition

OS64-bit Windows 10
ProcessorIntel Core i5 3570 or AMD FX-8350
Graphics CardGPU: NVIDIA GTX 760, AMD Radeon 7970 / R9280X GPU RAM: 2 GB Video Memory
OSWindows 10 64 Bit
ProcessorIntel Core i7-7700 or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
Graphics CardGPU: NVIDIA GTX 1070 / RTX 200, Radeon Vega 56, GPU RAM: 4 GB Video Memory

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