Mass Effect 3 has already received several DLC packs, however most of them have been focused on delivering new multiplayer content and one aimed to fix everyone’s complaints about that ending (don’t know if that worked or not, personally, I didn’t think it made a huge difference, although I did like the expanded ending a bit better). But, if you’ve been itching for some more missions for Commander Shepherd and his intrepid crew to engage with, the latest DLC should come as very good news indeed.
“Leviathan” launches sometime “this summer”, which should be in the next couple months because, well, after that it’s not really summer anymore. It’s a single player mission that’s about the same length as the “Lair of the Shadow Broker” DLC was for Mass Effect 2. This new mission has Shepherd and the crew hunting down a weapon that can apparently kill Reapers. In order to do this, you’ll have to head into the depths of the sea. So you know what that means; a new mech to play with. Fun. The DLC will have new planets and characters, and successful completion apparently has some sort of effect on the ending of the game, but let’s be honest, considering most of us have already finished it, just how drastic of an effect could that possibly be?
No pricing or precise release date has been announced. So what do you think, ready for some new adventures aboard the Normandy?