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Mass Effect 3 Single-Player DLC Announced


BioWare has announced today the first piece of Mass Effect 3 single-player DLC headed to the ME 3 universe. Leviathan will see players searching the galaxy for something powerful enough kill a reaper. Players will also delve deeper into the origins of the reapers. The Leviathan DLC will be available later this summer for $10/800 MSP.


Additionally BioWare has also revealed the FireFight weapon pack which will feature several powerful weapons for your single-player campaign. This will cost $2/160 MSP and be available on August 7th.


Head over to the official BioWare Blog for more details including the first look at ME 3 on Wii U.

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