Mass Effect 3's final piece of single-player DLC is inbound
With the reveal of the multiplayer-focused ‘Reckoning’ DLC, it was also announced that Mass Effect 3 will see it’s final piece of additional single player content with the release of the ‘Citadel' on March 5.
As described by the series’ executive producer Casey Hudson, Citadel will be “the final send off for the trilogy” as the studio plans to “move forward into the future of the Mass Effect universe.” Expanding on the content, Mass Effect 3’s final piece of single-player DLC will let players “explore and discover new locations across the vast, deep-space station while also having the opportunity to reconnect with some of their favorite characters from all three of the Mass Effect games.”
Citadel will charge gamers a total of $14.99 or 1200 MS Points, while Reckoning on the other hand will be completely free. Arriving on February 26, Mass Effect 3’s latest piece of multiplayer DLC will give players access to a variety of new weapons such as a Lancer Assault Rifle, Geth Spitfire Assault Rifle and a Venom Shotgun. Along with new items, Reckoning will also let players take control of characters like a Geth Juggernaut or a Talon Mercenary.
Both DLC bundles will be available for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. However, IGN reached out to EA for a comment regarding whether the Wii U version will receive the new content, in which the publisher replied with “There are no plans to bring Citadel or Reckoning to the Wii U at this time.”