Multiple cast members from the Mass Effect franchise are reuniting for an N7 Day celebration amid continuing speculation about a remaster of the the series’ first three games.The news was revealed by Commander Shepard himself Mark Meer on Twitter, who added that the special event will take place on “11/7 @ 11 AM PST.”
I’ll be joining my #masseffect cast mates @jhaletweets @RaphaelSbarge @missalihillis @courtenaytaylor @blumspew @kimberlydbrooks @AlixWiltonRegan @wlsalyers @MrDCDouglas plus devs @KarinWeekes @PatrickWeekes for a special #N7Day event Sat 11/7 @ 11AM PST! Stay tuned for the link! pic.twitter.com/ziISB0lJed
— Mark Meer (@Mark_Meer) October 30, 2020
Fans will be able to tune in on November 7 to check out a stream featuring Meer, Jennifer Hale, Steve Blum, Courtenay Taylor and many other talented voice actors who lent their skills to the sci-fi series. The event will be chaired by Bioware’s Karen Weekes and Patrick Weekes.
Naturally, this could just be a meeting of the minds to reminisce about a popular franchise, but given the speed at which the rumour mill is turning about a potential Mass Effect Trilogy remaster, it would be the perfect time to reveal something that will please franchise fans.
Retail listings regarding a ‘Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered’ game collection for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch cropped up back in September. Then, in early October, a ‘Mass Effect Legendary Edition’ was rated in South Korea. Be sure to check back with IGN to find out if that becomes reality this weekend.Spread the love