Mass Effect Trilogy for £39.99

EA has today announced that its Mass Effect 3 Trilogy is available for the slender price of £39.99 and includes all three Mass Effect games. The Mass Effect Trilogy is available at retail and via EA’s Origin service.

BioWare are also  celebrating the Mass Effect universe across the world with its fans tomorrow during the first annual “N7 Day” with activities taking place online and in-game. Players who log into Mass Effect 3 multiplayer on November 7th between 8am GMT and 7.59am 8th November GMT will automatically receive an ultra-rare weapon and six consumable items in the limited edition N7 Day Loyalty Pack.
 Stay up-to-date with all the planned activities by visiting and be sure to visit the BioWare Store at for discounts on the latest N7 merchandise.


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  • I wonder if they’ll incorporate Kinect into the first two titles for this trilogy. I might actually get around to playing this saga then finally.

    I’ve played all three to some small degree, but only ever really got on with the Mass Effect 3 demo, and that was hugely because of Kinect’s voice commands, meaning I don’t have to pop in the menu every few minutes and break up the action for sake of a simple command.