Electronic Arts will soon spoil Mass Effect fans with a great remastered collection, the Legendary Edition. Being an improved edition, it was expected that it would only have fresh graphics and optimized performance applied to all DLCs as well. However, Electronic Arts has just revealed that it will also have a very interesting addition.
The director of the project, Mac Walters, took advantage of his social networks to surprise fans, as he revealed that the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will include a new feature in the original trilogy: a Photo Mode.
The developer explained that this addition was the responsibility of Technical Design Director, Brenon Holmes, who took this addition as a passion project.
— Mac Walters (@macwalterslives) April 15, 2021
YOU CAN CAPTURE THE IDEAL SNAPSHOT THANKS TO MANY OPTIONS
According to the developer, this feature will be compatible with all games in the trilogy and will be present on all platforms.
If you want to see a test of what kind of material you can generate with this new feature, we invite you to see the great photograph of Garrus in Mass Effect that Walters shared, in which you can see different options that can be manipulated to achieve the desired aesthetic effect.
"Let's get a photo to remember this."
— Mass Effect (@masseffect) April 16, 2021
What do you think of this addition? Did you think Electronic Arts would add a similar feature? Tell us in the comments.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will debut on May 14 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It will also be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S through backward compatibility.