Update: Eurogamer has also reported on this story, with the outlet claiming that it "understands" that the date is currently accurate, and barring any further delays, the game should be released on March 12th.
Original story: The last few months of 2020 were filled with rumours about Mass Effect Legendary Edition and when it might release, and while we do now know it's officially on the way, we're still waiting on a definitive launch date.
However, two retailers - one in Singapore and one in Indonesia - have now both started advertising a date of March 12, 2021 for the remastered trilogy, which might give us an indication of when the game will arrive.
Whenever it does eventually release, the game will feature single-player base content and DLC from Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, plus promo weapons armours and packs - all remastered and optimised for 4K Ultra HD.
According to VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, it was originally supposed to arrive late last year before it was pushed back to Spring 2021. Spring doesn't technically begin until Saturday, March 20th, so either these listings are incorrect, or EA has decided to move the game's release forward ever so slightly.
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