Mass Effect Legendary Edition: The First 21 Minutes of Gameplay – 4K 60fps

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    The Mass Effect Legendary Edition Embargo is up meaning we get our first look at gameplay. This is Mass Effect Legendary Edition Xbox Series X Gameplay where we go through the introduction of the game and nearly complete the first mission on Eden Prime and say goodbye to Corporal Jenkins. Sorry, Jenkins. Mass Effect gameplay has been massively overhauled in the original entry of the game as Mass Effect Legendary Edition gameplay is changed in several ways including the added ability to use multiple weapon types previously locked out of the Adept class which we play as in this mission. Female Shepard has also been completely reworked to match her counterpart in Mass Effect 3. Get your first look at gameplay and let us know what you think!

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