Mass Effect 3: New DLC pack Coming in November


Mass Effect 3: New DLC pack Coming in November


Mass Effect 3 is one of the most popular galactic war game played to save earth from alien forces. One of the factors which have contributed to its popularity has been the frequent update packs released by the developers. One such DLC pack is coming up in November released by BioWare. 

A significant pack named Leviatham was released only in August. However, sources have confirmed that a much bigger DLC pack is getting ready to be shipped in November for Mass Effect 3 users. This new pack is termed as Omega. 

BioWare's Michael Gamble described this new update pack as "double the size of the largest DLC we've done for Mass Effect 3”. As per him the new DLC pack will cost around 15$ (approx Rs 765) and will be made available for Xbox users on November 27th. Reports suggest that the new DLC pack will feature a Blue Alien, Aria and a new female character. 

Aria and her cohort will be battling out with General Petrovsky for the reins of Omega. The new DLC pack also promised a group of new enemies to make the game more interesting. However it seems that the new pack is now being released only for Xbox users. Those users on PS3 and PC have to wait for some more time before getting a hand to this DLC pack. 

BioWare sources also reported that Mass Effect Trilogy Pack is also being released on November 4th. It would be made available for Xbox and PC users first and then for PS3 users later. The trilogy pack will have all three Mass Effect games available. It seems interesting days are ahead of Mass Effect 3 game lovers.

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