Mass Effect Trilogy Compilation Arriving Just in Time for “N7 Day”

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Assassin’s Creed isn’t the only blockbuster franchise bundling up for a trilogy-sized compilation this holiday season.

BioWare is joining the bundle party with Mass Effect Trilogy, a multi-disc collection containing Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, all wrapped up in a premium foil box.

The set goes on sale November 6th for $59.99 on PC and Xbox 360. Don’t worry, PS3 gamers. You’re getting the trilogy as well, however since the original Mass Effect never saw a PS3 release, BioWare needs a little extra time to spit and polish the port. Once it’s ready, it’ll also be sold separately via PSN for those of you who already own the second and third installments.

On November 7th, the day after Mass Effect Trilogy launches, now officially dubbed “N7 Day,” BioWare will be hosting the first of an annual franchise celebration with various live, in-game and online events. Full details will be announced later at masseffect.com.

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