To celebrate N7 Day, the official holiday for Mass Effect fans, the Xbox One backward compatibility program has added two more Mass Effect titles.
As announced by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 are now available to be played on Xbox One. That means the entire trilogy is now playable in its entirety on Xbox One.
? / Larry Hryb / + 1m (@majornelson) November 7, 2016
Even better is that this reveal came on November 7th, also known as N7 day in honor of the highest rank of the special forces in the series, which appears prominently on the protagonist’s armor.
This is easily the most exciting batch of titles to be added to the program this fall, with Mass Effect 3 ranked as the 6th most-requested backward compatibility title.
With more big Mass Effect: Andromeda news being revealed today, this is the perfect way to get the hype train rolling.
Source: Major Nelson on Twitter