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Published on March 18th, 2011 | by Kyle Spencer, Editor

Mass Effect: Arrival Coming Later This Month

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Release: March 29, 2011
Platform: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC

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If you haven’t gotten enough of Mass Effect 2 Bioware has a special treat for you to hold you over until the release of Mass Effect 3. Bioware announces today that the final mission to their award winning (GAMINGtruth’s Game of 2010) Mass Effect 2 will be landing on March 29th. The DLC will be available for PC and Xbox 360 for 560 MS Points and $5.50 for Playstation 3 owners. In Arrival Commander Shepard is sent to the edge of the galaxy to rescue an undercover operative who may have evidence of an imminent Reaper invasion that has been looming since the very beginning of the series. Returning and playing a prominent role in Mass Effect: Arrival is fan favorite Admiral Hackett, who is voiced by legendary science-fiction actor Lance Henriksen.

“All year, we have been extremely honored and humbled by the reception we have received for Mass Effect 2 from players around the world, including our post release DLC”, said Casey Hudson, Executive Producer, Mass Effect series. “Mass Effect: Arrival is an exciting extension to Mass Effect 2 and will show players just how close the Reapers are to returning and completing their deadly harvest.”

Be sure to log on the 29th to your system of choice and Download the “Final” DLC pack, the lead up to the highly anticipated Mass Effect 3.

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