Mass Effect Legendary Edition


Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a remastered version of the three main installments of the saga that mixes role-playing, action, and third-person shooters


A remastered collection of the Mass Effect saga featuring the three main installments

April 1, 2024
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Mass Effect Legendary Edition for PC is a remastered collection that includes the three main installments of the Mass Effect saga, including the base single-player content and over 40 DLC. The saga focuses on the adventures of Commander Shepard, a character we can customize, and their team as they explore the galaxy and face intergalactic conflicts.

Experience the epic saga of Commander Shepard and their team against the Reapers!

The Mass Effect saga is set in a future in which, after making contact with space civilizations, we discover the existence of an ancient race of AIs known as the Reapers, whose purpose is to eradicate intelligent life from the galaxy every so often, and our mission is to wipe them out.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition allows us to relive a saga that has become a benchmark for fans of space RPGs and left its mark on an entire generation.

This will be the common thread of the story in which we embody Commander Shepard in a space adventure that combines elements of role-playing, action, exploration, and third-person shooter where we will seek to end the creatures that threaten to exterminate intelligent life in the galaxy.

In summary, whether you enjoyed the original installments and want to relive the experience with improved graphics and all the included DLC, or you are just discovering this trilogy for the first time, you can download Mass Effect Legendary Edition and enjoy a saga that left a mark in the history of videogames.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Windows 10
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