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Mass Effect Trilogy

Mass Effect 2 and 3 now backward compatible on Xbox One

Time to start warming up before the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda.

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Many players have hoped to see remastered versions of the Mass Effect trilogy, but those wishes can pretty much be thrown out into space today, at least for the time being.

EA and Bioware didn't only reveal a new Mass Effect: Andromeda trailer today, they also announced that Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 are now both backward compatible on Xbox One.

The original Mass Effect has already been available on Xbox One via backward compatibility, making the full original trilogy available to play on the console ahead of Mass Effect Andromeda's launch next spring. Are you going to refresh your memory, or play the trilogy for the first time (and if you haven't already, you really should)?

Mass Effect Trilogy

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