Bioware has shared a new set of comparison screenshots for Mass Effect Legendary Edition giving us a glimpse at the main model for Commander Shepard.
While the upcoming Mass Effect Legendary Edition is being billed as a remaster, there is a lot of work done in order to bring the first game up to the standards of the sequels, and this can be seen in a comparison with the main character model of Commander Shepard.
Bioware has released two different sets of screenshots showing us the male and female main character model for Mass Effect Legendary Edition. In the case of the female Shepard, there is indeed a massive difference, but the same is not true for the male Shepard.
The second comparison screenshot is between the Mako vehicle. This one highlights the clear visual difference that exists between the older game and the new remaster. It looks better than the character models that were compared earlier.
Lastly, here is a video that compares the original game with the remastered version. If you can’t spot the difference between both games, perhaps the video will give a better idea.
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Here are some of the upgrades that are planned as part of this upcoming remaster. This will also include all of the 40 DLCs aside from Pinnacle Station as part of the new Legendary Edition bundle.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be out on May 14, 2021, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will also support the PS5 and Xbox Series X and runs at 4K and 60 FPS on these new consoles in addition to the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.