Posted on Friday, July 13th, 2012 at 6:06 PM by Michael Dalgleish
As some of you may already be aware, Mass Effect 3 is getting a new multiplayer DLC pack, entitled Earth that is launching on the Xbox 360 on July 17th and a day later on PSN. Although news of this DLC was a fairly poorly kept secret EA, to their credit, have managed to keep many of the more intricate details about the DLC pack under wraps.
However, with just days to go until it’s release, more and more details are coming to light as to what is actually included so is a wrap up of all the shiny new stuff you will be able to play with for the almighty price of….. nothing. In case you did not know this pack is completely free, as the other muliplayer packs have been, on both XBL and PSN.
There you have it folks, whose going to be sinking their teeth into Mass Effect 3′s multiplayer next week then? I was personally considering selling it, but this new pack might just be the catalyst to get me hooked on it again.
Looks like its time to take back Earth one more time….
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