THE BUZZ: PlayStation 3 Mass Effect 3 players can now take part in multiplayer events, starting with this weekend’s Operation Exorcist.

Up until now the events had only been available on Xbox 360 and PC. Details on the latest event can be found here.

PlayStation 3 players will need to activate the “Upload Gameplay Feedback” feature in the game’s options to take part.

BioWare posted the following statement on their blog:

“Good news Spectres! Starting with Operation EXORCIST, N7 Weekend Challenges will extend to the PlayStation 3 platform. Operation EXORCIST begins today, April 27th at 6:00PM PST until April 30th at 5:00PM PST, on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Please remember to set the “Upload Gameplay Feedback” setting to “On” in the online options to be able to participate in this N7 Operation.”

EGM’s TAKE: It’s taken a couple of months, but finally PlayStation 3 players are now allowed access to these events. The issues have revolved around the game needing to upload data in order for users to take part. This is something that Sony no longer allows since the PSN hacks. The two parties have obviously found some sort of compromise and now PlayStation 3 owners can pick up the same free awards that the other platforms have been enjoying.

Will you be taking part? Let us know in the comments below.


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