Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC Available Now


Ok gamers its time to get the tissues at the ready, the final send off for Commander Shepard is finally here. Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC lands on the Xbox Live Marketplace today for a mind blowing 1200 Microsoft Points, and the PlayStation Store too for around £12/€14. This is part 1 of 2. Part 2 is required to play Part 1 and is available at no additional cost, you can get it from HERE. Commander Shepard and the Normandy crew get a much deserved break, but their shore leave is short lived. Face down a new villain before catching up with old friends from Mass Effect 1 and 2. And if your still unsure about whether to part with all those points to say a final farewell, check out the trailer below.

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