You might have seen a rumour cropping up over the past few days suggesting Mass Effect Legendary Edition is coming to Xbox Game Pass soon, but after doing a little extra digging, we're not so sure that's the case.
A couple of eagle-eyed Reddit users appeared to spot this initially, noticing that the Xbox Game Pass logo had been added to Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and Polish website XGP also pointed this out over on their website.
However, if you check the 'All Games' section of the GB Xbox Store right now, you'll find that every EA game is currently sporting the Game Pass logo, including recently released titles such as F1 2021, Lost in Random and NHL 22. If you click through to their actual game pages, the logo disappears again. In short, it looks like a mistake.
Of course, that's not to say Mass Effect Legendary Edition won't come to Xbox Game Pass eventually. Most EA titles find their way over to EA Play as time rolls on, which itself is included with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
With Mass Effect Legendary Edition releasing back in May, we're starting to approach the point where EA might be considering adding the game to the EA Play library. But in this specific case, we're more inclined to believe the Game Pass mention is just a simple mistake.
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