New Mass Effect 3 DLC is “Omega,” Arrives Late November
A post on Joystiq this morning points the way to a video interview with Mike Gamble taken at this week’s New York Comic Con—a video that is now, apparently, private, and un-viewable for my own eyes. The video, apparently, reveals that the next (and I would guess final) DLC expansion for Mass Effect 3 is going to be called “Omega,” and will arrive on November 27 at a cost of $15 (or 1200 MS points, if that’s your thing).
The post explains that Omega will pit players against Aria, who’s looking to take control of the Omega station, and will be twice as large as any other ME3 DLC up to this point. Of course, none of this has officially been announced by BioWare or Electronic Arts at this point—but don’t be surprised to hear pretty much everything we just described (and more) in the next few days. Clearly they’re talking about it in public. The announcement’s got to be just around the corner.
Intrigued? Nonplussed? Hey, remember when Mass Effect 3 was the biggest story in gaming? Those were good times.