Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 now available on Xbox One with Backward Compatibility
Mass Effect is surely a popular game series and Bioware knows this. Well, it seems that we have some good news for all gamers who enjoy playing Mass Effect 2 or Mass Effect 3. According to the developer, the Mass Effect trilogy is now available for Xbox One console.
We remind you that the original Mass Effect has been available via Backward Compatibility for quite a while, but for some reason, its sequels have been absent until today.
The Mass Effect 2 continues the story of the first the game. The crew of the Normandy is being attacked by a new and more dangerous threat. The Mass Effect 3 brings an end of the story, and even if the finale was not enjoyed by all players, this game is still very appreciated.
It is good to know that Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 are not currently available digitally on the Xbox One and it’s not yet sure when exactly a digital version of Mass Effect 2 or Mass Effect 3 will be released for this console.
You can still purchase the Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 2 from Amazon for a pretty good price, so if you’ve want to play this game on your Xbox One you should buy it right away.
It seems that Microsoft is trying to bring more and more old titles to the Xbox One. We all know that the sales for the mentioned console are not going very well and that the company is now trying to make money one way or another. It is good to know that there are many gamers who enjoy playing the old Mass Effect titles and this might convince some fans to purchase the Xbox One console.
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