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Tuesday, 12 February 2008 16:27

Mass Effect coming to PC

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PC users rejoice

 

Electronic Arts has announced that Bioware's Xbox360 Adventure-RPG, titled Mass Effect, is coming for PC in May 2008, of course, under EA's protection. As you may know, EA has recently bought Bioware and this might be their first move.

According to the press release, the PC version will have optimized controls, high resolution visuals like detailed textures, characters and environments, fully customizable controls, so called "Run & Gun control" and new inventory screen GUI which have been a main flaw on the Xbox 360 version.

This might be the fastest port ever done, and we will certainly hear more about this game in the next few months.


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