Check out the slideshow gallery below to see some drool-worthy art prints, a handy set of bookends and even a scale-model replica of the Alliance Normandy SR-1:
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The Mass Effect Character Prints Portfolio features the artwork of Matt Taylor, an artist you might recognize from countless Mondo movie posters. Each of the four included prints showcases a different character from one of Dark Horse’s Mass Effect tie-in comics – Liara T’Soni from Mass Effect: Redemption, The Illusive Man from Mass Effect: Evolution, Aria T’Loak from Mass Effect: Invasion and Garrus Vakarian from Mass Effect: Foundation. The set also comes with a digital download code for the Mass Effect: The Complete Comics collection.
The Mass Effect Character Prints Portfolio is limited to 250 copies and is priced at $125.00. The set is expected to ship sometime in December 2020 or January 2021.
The Alliance Normandy SR-1 Replica is a scale-model resin statue of the iconic ship, designed by Gentle Giant Studios. It measures 14-inches long and 5.6-inches wide. The statue is limited to 500 units and is priced at $249.99, with a late 2021 release window.
Finally, the Paragon & Renegade Bookends set is ideal for anyone who wants to display physical copies of the various Mass Effect comics. Each bookend measures 8.5-inches tall and 4.25-inches wide. The bookend set is limited to 1000 units and is priced at $99.99 and will ship at some point in Summer 2021.
All three collectibles are available to pre-order now on the Dark Horse Direct website.
In other Mass Effect/N7 Day news, BioWare has finally confirmed a remaster of the original Mass Effect Trilogy. Mass Effect Legendary Edition is slated for release in Spring 2021.
VP, Studio GM of BioWare Casey Hudson said that the team at BioWare’s goal “was not to remake or reimagine the original games, but to modernize the experience so that fans and new players can experience the original work in its best possible form.”
Hudson also confirmed “a veteran team has been hard at work envisioning the next chapter of the Mass Effect universe.” That project is still in its early stages, but hopefully we’ll learn more next year.
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