A new Mass Effect trilogy art book is now available to pre-orders and you won’t want to miss out on your chance to geth (we’ve got jokes) it. With Mass Effect trilogy remaster news aflutter once more with pretty much every confirmation under the sun except from the dev team itself, the new art book for the beloved trilogy isn’t doing much to dissuade those earlier leaks.
While there is already quite a few stunning companion literary items for the trilogy, this new artbook includes artwork from the popular DLC such as Leviathan, the Citadel DLC, and Lair of the Shadow Broker. This is an awesome chance for hardcore fans to see never before seen artwork regarding the addition story experiences that the trilogy gave us post-launch.
According to the art book’s official description:
Contains extensive new material from the DLCs for all three games – including the award-winning Lair of the Shadow Broker from Mass Effect 2 and the fan-favourite Citadel from Mass Effect 3.
Experience the evolution of the aliens, planets, ships, and technology that define this iconic science fiction universe, as the developers who brought BioWare’s masterpiece to life take you from the earliest design sketches through to the meticulous final renders.
Brimming with concept art and commentary, this expanded edition is the ultimate companion to one of the greatest series in the history of gaming!
We’ve reported numerous times already about the various leaks and rumors regarding a Mass Effect trilogy remaster, something that fans have been begging for; especially following Andromeda’s controversial launch. That being said, our own sources, which we’ve previously reported, have confirmed that the remaster is in active development and will be releasing sooner than many might think.
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