Xbox Game Pass will receive a real gem from EA and BioWare soon

Microsoft has added a new version of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition to the Microsoft Store and has marked it as a product to add to Xbox Game Pass.

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is without a doubt one of the best collections that first appeared on the market. BioWare has done the homework and our service has solid remasters along with the story and cosmetic additions for the individual versions of the brand. All the signs in the sky are that this product will soon be making its way to Xbox Game Pass.

An insider shared an interesting link from the Microsoft Store on his profile, which includes the new version of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition. Of course, it is not yet available in the Store from the console level or the Xbox PC app, but it has been added to the database.

Even more interesting is the code name “Rosebud”. This phrase has appeared in the past with titles slated to be added to the Xbox Game Pass offering, so there are many indications that Shepard’s adventure will move to Microsoft’s service (and thus to the base version of EA Play) faster than we think.

Xbox representatives revealed the show for the first half of December, but it’s unknown what they’re preparing (aside from the intriguingly promising The Gunk) for the holidays. Perhaps one of the surprises is Mass Effect: Legendary Edition?


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