According to a new leak, at least.
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A new leak suggests that the long-awaited remaster of the Mass Effect trilogy may now have a proper release date. EA had previously set a release window of Spring 2021 when Mass Effect Legendary Edition was announced back in November 2020.

Well, a potential leak just revealed that the game may be released in March 2021. This should narrow down the release window considerably. The leak comes from both Shopitree, a store in Singapore, along with GSShop in Indonesia. Both of these retailers are advertising a release date of March 12, 2021.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a remaster of the first three Mass Effect titles. These are not full remakes of the titles but rather they are being reworked slightly to "modernize the experience." It's still not entirely clear what that means in the grand scheme of things. BioWare and EA haven't really shown off anything from Mass Effect Legendary Edition just yet.

If you have not yet seen it, here is the Official Teaser trailer for Mass Effect Legendary Edition. Also keep in mind that BioWare is working on a sequel to the original Mass Effect trilogy.