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Posted by Raine Hutchens on Oct 2, 2012

Mass Effect Trilogy DLC Varies By Platform

BioWare has just announced that the Mass Effect Trilogy bundle would be coming with the game’s released DLC in the box, though what players will receive will vary based on which platform they purchase the trilogy for. Right now it looks like the PC will grab the best deal, with the Xbox 360 version trailing right behind it. The PS3 will be coming at the end of the rope, though BioWare hasn’t officially announced what will be coming for that system’s bundle.

The PC will be getting the following:

  • Bring Down The Sky Mass Effect 1 DLC
  • Pinncale Station Add-Ons
  • Cerberus Network Mass Effect 2 DLC
  • Online Pass for Mass Effect 3

The Xbox 360 version will include:

  • Cerberus Network Mass Effect 2 DLC
  • Online Pass for Mass Effect 3

The news on what’s to be expected with the PS3 version of the trilogy will be coming down the pipeline soon. Along with these details BioWare has announced the release date for each version of the trilogy. The PC and Xbox 360 versions will be released in the states on November 6th, though the PS3 version doesn’t have a launch date as of right now. There hasn’t been any release information for the trilogy outside the US yet.

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