If you’re still playing Mass Effect 3, or are looking for a reason to get back to it, a substantial DLC pack has been revealed today that might just be enough to reel you back in. Titled Omega, the content revolves around Aria and the control of the titular space station, along with some kind of involvement by Commander Shepard.
For $15, you’ll be able to grab this expansion on November 27th across all platforms (except Wii U, I suppose). This content is said to be over twice the size and depth of “any previous DLC,” which means it’s pretty substantial; however, that’s not placating some fans, who believe the content was on-disc (due to hints of it in the game’s code) and that Bioware is effectively charging 1/3 the cost of the original game for something that was supposed to be in it in the first place.
I don’t know anything about that, but it’d certainly be a pretty distasteful thing to do. At any rate, is the $15 price tag justifiable for content of this calibur? Let us know below!
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