Bioware has released the official launch trailer for Leviathan, their upcoming downloadable content add-on for Mass Effect 3. While people are still no-doubt sour about the ending, and practices Bioware have opted for their latest installment of the Mass Effect franchise, this DLC might be worth checking out.
Let’s not forget that The Lair of the Shadow Broker was some of the best downloadable content for any game this generation.
Check out the trailer below:
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