Much like Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3 will require an online pass to access the newly announced multiplayer content in the game. As like any online pass scheme, gamers who purchase Mass Effect 3 pre-owned will need to put up a little extra cash to access the “Galaxy at War” cooperative content.
Much of the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer experience has been revealed by EA and Bioware in a recent video with Casey Hudson of the developer. The cooperative mode will allow players to take control of some of the races that are featured in the game. Though it won’t feature the actual squad members from Shepard’s group. How exactly this mode will tie in with the single player portion of the game is yet to be revealed, but the mode is said to enhance the single player experience as well.
Mass Effect 3 and it’s online pass accessible multiplayer releases this March on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
- This article was updated on:February 21st, 2018