Mass Effect added to Classic collection

Mass Effect is set to become the latest addition to Microsoft’s Classics range for Xbox 360 on March 20th.

ShopTo has revealed a two-disc edition of the sci-fi RPG will be retail at 19.99 and features a wealth of additional content, according to Eurogamer.

Extras will include the Bring Down The Sky downloadable content – the first in a proposed series of five – and a Future Of Mass Effect documentary, as well as design galleries, music and trailers.

The documentary has already been leaked onto the internet, and confirm players will be able to transfer their characters between each game, allowing them to continue with the character they established in the original Mass Effect.

It also hinted at the next DLC, which will revolve around a Fight Club-esque arena. Further details on this content or Mass Effect 2 have yet to be revealed.

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