Store listing suggests Mass Effect: Legendary Edition could be coming to Game Pass
Xbox Store listed the collection as a Game Pass title this week
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition could soon be coming to Xbox Game Pass.
That’s according to listings on the official Xbox Store, which briefly flagged the three-game remaster collection with a Game Pass badge on Friday, as spotted by Polish site XGP.
EA’s own game subscriptions service, EA Play, is bundled in with Xbox’s Game Pass Ultimate tier. Historically, EA has added its new releases to the service within a year of their release.
Developer BioWare released the well-received Mass Effect Legendary Edition, a three-game remaster collection, in May 2021. Electronic Arts has said that Legendary Edition sales far exceeded its pre-release forecasts.
On Friday, developer CD Projekt moved to deny Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to Xbox Game Pass, after footage of the game was included in a marketing video for the service.
Earlier this week, Xbox Cloud Gaming for consoles launched as part of Xbox’s November update, which also includes new accessibility and controller features, and targets hardware shutdown issues when playing certain games, among other features.
Xbox Cloud Gaming allows players to access Xbox Game Pass titles without downloading them and jump into multiplayer sessions with friends for games that aren’t installed on the physical console.
It also enables Xbox One owners to play selected Xbox Series X/S games like Recompile, The Medium and The Riftbreaker via cloud gaming, with more to come including Microsoft Flight Simulator in early 2022.
November’s new Xbox Game Pass titles include Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition, It Takes Two, Forza Horizon 5 and Evil Genius 2.