Posted on August 2, 2012 AT 01:20pm
Even though the news was already leaked almost three weeks ago by BioWare’s insider voice talent, EA’s Summer Showcase has finally confirmed that Mass Effect 3‘s Leviathan DLC is officially heading to PC and consoles. There’s no release date quite yet, and strangely enough, the content description given by the developer/publisher aims to be as vague as possible.
Joystiq got their hands on a fact sheet, with the description as follows:
“Mass Effect 3: Leviathan is the first story-driven, single player DLC to be made available since Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut. Leviathan expands upon the events of Mass Effect 3 with gripping and emotional storytelling, compelling new characters, powerful weapons and unique upgrades. Players will be able to discover more about the origins of the reapers as they race across the galaxy to unravel the mystery that surrounds the fabled Leviathan.”
Actor Anthony Skordi, who’s lending his vocal talent to the Leviathan Reaper character, had previously spilled the beans about the upcoming DLC add-on, so EA’s announcement isn’t anything new.
Prior to that, source code had been discovered in the Mass Effect 3 ‘Extended Cut’ DLC update that outed the Leviathan content. For better or worse, EA just can’t keep a secret about this series anymore.
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