Mass Effect Trilogy PC - £3.99 @ CDKeys (£3.79 with cdkeys 5% fbook like code)
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Mass Effect Trilogy PC - £3.99 @ CDKeys (£3.79 with cdkeys 5% fbook like code)

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Found 21st May 2017

Key Features:

Over 75 hours of story content, plus Mass Effect 3’s critically acclaimed multiplayer mode.
Create and customize your own character with his or her appearance and skills, then play your Commander Shepard through all three Mass Effect games.
Experience an amazingly rich and detailed universe where your decisions have profound consequences on the action and the outcome.
Build a personalized arsenal with powerful weapons complete with their own upgrades and modifications
Unleash devastating abilities and skills as you command and train an elite squad.
Take the war online with class-based, co-operative multiplayer in Mass Effect 3.

As Commander Shepard, rise to become the galaxy’s most elite soldier and lead an all-out war to stop an ancient and ruthless enemy: the Reapers. With over 75 hours of content and more than 300 awards, one of gaming’s most acclaimed franchises is available for the first time in a premium set. Experience all three Mass Effect games for one low price.

Heart-pounding action meets gripping interactive storytelling where you decide how your unique story unfolds. Assemble and lead your team aboard the SSV Normandy, the most advanced ship in the galaxy, and travel to distant and unexplored star systems. On your journey, meet a cast of intriguing characters each with their own story to tell. Wield powerful weapons and customize them with upgrades to create new and devastating attacks. All the thrilling action and your decisions culminate into a heroic battle against the greatest threat ever known.
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Shame it doesn't come with any of the DLC but that's a cracking price otherwise!
brilliant price, The second one is such a fine game that I've played though it twice.
If one were to consider sailing the high seas, would they be able to combine this paid-for trilogy pack with the DLC, or would it need to be all obtained as one?
zakkyb

If one were to consider sailing the high seas, would they be able to … If one were to consider sailing the high seas, would they be able to combine this paid-for trilogy pack with the DLC, or would it need to be all obtained as one?


I'm pretty there may be a way to sail the seas to obtain dlc and apply them to this trilogy from CDkey. Try google.
It's Origin keys so I would be surprised if you couldn't buy all the additional DLC as normal on Origin.
Dickytwo

It's Origin keys so I would be surprised if you couldn't buy all the … It's Origin keys so I would be surprised if you couldn't buy all the additional DLC as normal on Origin.



You can buy the DLC for 2 and 3 but you have to use "Bioware points" which, inconveniently, you can only buy in multiples of 800 (£8 ) despite the DLC itself costing different amounts. There's a few bits of free DLC for both those games which is nice but they never seem to put the DLC on offer and have no season passes which is a shame as it's ridiculously overpriced normally.

All that said you get way more than your money's worth with just the base games at this price so it's still a great deal.

Edited by: "Battenberg" 21st May 2017
Played ME2 on PS3 last week for first time, awesome game. After finishing it I downloaded ME3, was surprised that there was still lots of people playing online.
If Origin is still available for £20 per year on PC would this be a better offer? All three MEs there are the Digital Deluxe versions which I assume include all the DLC.
dicknewlove

If Origin is still available for £20 per year on PC would this be a … If Origin is still available for £20 per year on PC would this be a better offer? All three MEs there are the Digital Deluxe versions which I assume include all the DLC.


Nope, the only way to play all the Mass Effect trilogy DLC is to either buy it at full price (in BioWare points) or pirate it.

Both work, neither is ideal.
Battenberg

You can buy the DLC for 2 and 3 but you have to use "Bioware points" … You can buy the DLC for 2 and 3 but you have to use "Bioware points" which, inconveniently, you can only buy in multiples of 800 (£8 ) despite the DLC itself costing different amounts. There's a few bits of free DLC for both those games which is nice but they never seem to put the DLC on offer and have no season passes which is a shame as it's ridiculously overpriced normally.All that said you get way more than your money's worth with just the base games at this price so it's still a great deal.


+1. I chose to replay the trilogy again on Xbox, as the DLC is on offer more frequently. Currently on ME2
Fantastic set of games and by far my favorite franchise. ME1 is the weakest of the three as the gameplay feels very clunky compared to modern games but ME2 and ME3 are nothing short of masterpieces.

Fun fact of the day:
ME3 is considered the ground zero of the shady practice of "Day 1 DLC" where upon release developers will include additional content locked behind a paywall. Many gamers (and consumers) believe additional payment for development past release is acceptable but all development prior to release should be included in the original sale price.

The DLC in question was called "From Ashes" and came with an important story and a Prothean squadmate, I won't ruin anything but let's just say Prothean's are "kind of a big deal" in the Mass Effect universe.

Also the original ending sucked major horse dong I've never seen such a backlash against a gaming company, it's been patched and improved on since.


Edited by: "PaulusIsHere" 22nd May 2017
CD Keys are grey market. These may not be authorized keys. Typically CD Keys operate by buying keys in cheaper regions and then reselling them here. Proceed with caution.
commenter14

CD Keys are grey market. These may not be authorized keys. Typically CD … CD Keys are grey market. These may not be authorized keys. Typically CD Keys operate by buying keys in cheaper regions and then reselling them here. Proceed with caution.



Bought a fair few keys off cdkeys and not once had a problem. People bring up the grey market thing a lot on here but I've only seen one game where people had legitimate issues because of it which was Witcher 3 (which people had issues getting from a whole host of sites).

By all means be cautious but even in the unlikely event you have a problem AND cdkeys refuse to sort it out paying by paypal means you can get pretty much 100% get a refund if necessary.
Better graphics than Mass Effect: Andromeda I hear?
heat added
£4.99 now
I'm just going to say Liara is the right choice.
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