A Mass Effect N7 Day panel has been set for this weekend – and fans are crossing their fingers for the release of the heavily-rumored Mass Effect Trilogy remaster.
Rumors of a remaster were stockpiled when the book Art of the Mass Effect Trilogy: Extended Edition was raised for pre-order in July. Sporting a 2021 February 2021 release date, this new book features hundreds of works of art never seen before, according to Amazon’s likes and descriptions elsewhere.
Now, Jennifer Hale aka Fameshep has tweeted to announce a panel to celebrate the N7 Day set this Saturday, November November at 7pm. Interestingly, the panel includes a number of actors who played the role of mass influence crew, including Mark Year (male ship), Steve Blum (Grant), Kimberly Brooks (Ashley Williams), Rafael Saberz (Kaydan Alenco), and Cortney Taylor. (Jack), Alex Wilton Reagan (Samantha Trainer), William Sellers (Mordin Salas), DC Douglas (Legian), and Ali Hillis (Liara T’Soni), as well as bioware developers Karin Weeks and Patrick Weeks.
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– Jennifer Hale (Hazellett) October 30, 2020
That’s the old Normandy crew, isn’t it? Now why would they all come back to the panel together, though? They are just a chat fancy. Or maybe it’s time to unveil the Mass Effect Trilogy remaster for EA by the end of N7 Day 2020 which is quite an open secret at the moment.
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