BioWare looking at Mass Effect Trilogy for PS4, Xbox One

BioWare has said it's looking at bringing the Mass Effect Trilogy from last-gen to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The posibility of BioWare Edmonton's Shepard Trilogy - Mass Effect (2007), Mass Effect 2 (2010) and Mass Effect 3 (2012) - coming to the next-gen machines comes ahead of the next Mass Effect from BioWare Montreal, expected to be announced at E3 this year.

When asked by a fan of the three games getting remastered, BioWare Edmonton General Manager Aaron Flynn said it's been talked about within the company.

"We have discussed that internally," he said in a tweet, also CC'ed to BioWare Montreal boss Yannick Roy (via VG247). "If we can put solid plans together we'll share. Great to hear you're keen."

BioWare has already released a Mass Effect Trilogy collection in 2012 on Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3, the first time the latter finally got the original ME following its intital exclusivity period as part of Microsoft Game Studios before EA's buyout of BioWare.

Mass Effect, it goes without saying, was one of the best new IPs - if not the best new IP - of the last generation. Get the lowdown on allthreegames in Alex's reviews.

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