“Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut Coming Next Week.”
Announced back in April in response to the controversy over the ending of Mass Effect 3,  BioWare has announced that the Mass Effect 3 Exteneded Cut will be available as a free download for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 as well as PC on June 26th in North America, and July 4th for PlayStation 3 in Europe.
According to a post on the game’s official site, the extended cut “will expand upon the events at the end of Mass Effect 3 through additional cinematic sequences and epilogue scenes” and will “include deeper insight to Commander Shepard’s journey based on player choices during the war against the Reapers.”
The download will be 1.9GB and as for specific content, BioWare notes it will include “additional scenes and epilogue sequences. It provides more of the answers and closure that players have been asking for. It gives a sense of what the future holds as a result of the decisions made throughout the series. And it shows greater detail in the successes or failures based on how players achieved their endings.”
The post on the game’s official site also recommends loading a saved game from before the final Cerberus mission of the game. Endings will differ based on choices made throughout the Mass Effect series.
(vis IGN & BioWare)

“Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut Coming Next Week.”

Announced back in April in response to the controversy over the ending of Mass Effect 3,  BioWare has announced that the Mass Effect 3 Exteneded Cut will be available as a free download for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 as well as PC on June 26th in North America, and July 4th for PlayStation 3 in Europe.

According to a post on the game’s official site, the extended cut “will expand upon the events at the end of Mass Effect 3 through additional cinematic sequences and epilogue scenes” and will “include deeper insight to Commander Shepard’s journey based on player choices during the war against the Reapers.”

The download will be 1.9GB and as for specific content, BioWare notes it will include “additional scenes and epilogue sequences. It provides more of the answers and closure that players have been asking for. It gives a sense of what the future holds as a result of the decisions made throughout the series. And it shows greater detail in the successes or failures based on how players achieved their endings.”

The post on the game’s official site also recommends loading a saved game from before the final Cerberus mission of the game. Endings will differ based on choices made throughout the Mass Effect series.

(vis IGN & BioWare)