Xbox Game Pass Could Be Getting One of the Best Trilogies of all Time

Published 11/21/2021, 6:37 AM EST


Xbox Game Pass is a gift to the gaming world that keeps on showering gamers with great rewards. The live subscription has crossed a record-breaking number of subscribers and the count continues to grow steadily. The reason for that is the American gaming giant never fails to amaze the community, introducing a roster of titles in an organized manner. Routinely.

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The open-beta launch of Halo Infinite has already made Game Pass a great purchase, and the studio is hoping to add another feather to its cap. Rumors have it that a legendary franchise is making a return: Mass Effect Legendary Edition. And the rumors say the game will soon be available on the Game Pass.

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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is headed to Xbox Game Pass

In a recent report shared by VGC, the Xbox Store has reportedly listed the remastered collection as a Game Pass title. This franchise has performed remarkably in its prime days and even the Legendary edition lived up to the expectations.

EA is still in collaboration with Xbox, and EA Play has routinely added its latest releases to the service.

The game’s developer, Bioware studio, released the remastered trilogy earlier in the year in May 2021. The collection of titles was well received by the community and its sales figures blew past the expected figures. This title will definitely make it one of the best additions to the service as more fans will get the chance to witness the epic saga of Commander Shepherd.

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Xbox impressed by PS’s methods

In other news, Xbox is gearing up to take a page out of PlayStation’s book. Not so long ago, PlayStation 4 & 5 consoles reported an unfamiliar problem with CMOS batteries. This component of the console is responsible for running the in-game clock, internet connection, gaming library, and more. The demise of these batteries locked players out and, in some instances, didn’t allow users to play online and physical titles.

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The Japanese studio promptly acknowledged the issue and quickly rolled out a patch to resolve the issue. This has impressed Xbox’s head Phil Spencer, who is reportedly working with his team to fix the problem on Series X/S, & Xbox One consoles.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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