by Josh Hamel
Though Xbox 360 and PC owners will be able to pick up all three games that make up the Mass Effect Trilogy November 6, PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until early December.
Bioware confirmed that Mass Effect Trilogy will make its way to the PlayStation 3 roughly a month later than other platforms on December 4.
Despite some setbacks in porting the original Mass Effect to Sony’s console for the first time, external producer Ryan Warden says the game is running well on the system.
PS3 owners will be able to experience the original for the first time as part of the Trilogy collection or as a separate download from the PlayStation Network and will come with the DLC Bring Down the Sky integrated with the game. Mass Effect 2 will ship with all of the DLC originally included for the PS3 release including Overlord and Lair of the Shadow Broker. Mass Effect 3 will ship in its original condition.
The Xbox 360 version will include all of the games in their original condition, including the Cerberus Network DLC for Mass Effect 2. PC is the same except for both the Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station DLC for the original will be available free.
There is still no announced version for the Wii U, though the system is getting a special edition port of the third and final entry in the series on the console’s release day.