We've all assumed that Mass Effect 3 would come to the PlayStation 3 and furthermore, it would simultaneously launch for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, just like most all multiplayer titles.
After all, ME2 is finally coming to Sony's machine in January, developer BioWare has already made Dragon Age multiplatform, and EA simply doesn't do platform exclusivity; one of the biggest publishers in the world must cater to as many gamers as possible. But assumptions can lead to problems, so it's nice to have the official word. According to IGN , EA has confirmed that Mass Effect 3 will not only come to the PS3, it'll release for all major platforms at the same time. For the record, ME2 will launch with a ton of extra content for the PS3 on January 18 and the original ME will remain exclusive to the 360 and PC. Well, we sort of have to look forward here; progression is the name of the game, and after seeing that teaser trailer , role-playing followers ought to be plenty excited. As this generation pushes forward, the concept of the third-party exclusive is dying out…but at least we still have a few huge exclusive titles for each platform.
The only problem is that the holiday 2011 season is just plain out of control . How the heck are we going to play all the games we want to play?! 'sob'
Related Game(s): Mass Effect 3