Posted on Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 at 4:12 PM by Guest
New details about a new DLC for Mass Effect 3 has been found in the multiplayer game files (EA seem to have a habit of revealing details about future content in their patches recently…), revealing placeholders for character classes, weapons, and a mode – which people believe is to arrive with the upcoming Earth DLC pack.
Details about this new DLC were posted on the Something Awful Forums revealing six new classes, a new mode called “Platinum” and three new guns.
The details that were posted can be found below:
Are you excited about DLC for Mass Effect 3? Share your thoughts in the comments! I really do miss the days where you paid for the game, and it had all the content.
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