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Posted by Raine Hutchens on Nov 14, 2012

BioWare Responds To Black Ops II Issue – Offers Mass Effect Trilogy

Yesterday we reported that some copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops II on PC were shipped with the second disc containing Mass Effect 2 content. Somewhere along the line at the disc manufacturer things got mixed up, and players are not happy in the slightest. Though Activision addressed some of the complaints on the Black Ops II official forum, it’s BioWare who is coming in to make an attempt at saving the day.

BioWare is giving out copies of the Mass Effect Trilogy to players affected by this mix up. The developer announced this on their official blog, and they will be sending free PC codes to the first 50 people who respond with a screenshot of the error. That doesn’t seem too bad, but I’m definitely sure plenty more that 50 people were victims of the issue.

BioWare’s response was quite humorous, as they claimed, “If the universe thinks you should be playing Mass Effect right now, who are we to argue?” As far as what came from Activision, they claim they’re working at finding out how the mistake happened. For a remedy to the situation they recommend players to take the game key provided with the game and use it to activate the game through the Steam platform.

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