Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster Still In The Cards As Original Voice Cast Reunites On N7 Day

It’s that time of the year again, when the Mass Effect community gathers to celebrate N7 Day on 7 November. And with the original voice cast coming back for a special panel on that special day, it all but confirms that EA and BioWare are up to something regarding the remastered trilogy.

The N7 Day panel was first announced by Jennifer Hale, the female voice of Commander Shepard (a.k.a FemShep to the community).

She will be joined by a huge number of the ensemble cast that lent their vocal talents to the iconic sci-fi RPG trilogy, including Steve Blum (Grunt), Raphael Sbarge (Kaidan Alenko), Ali Hillis (Liara T’Soni), Courtenay Taylor (Jack), Kimberly Brooks (Ashley Williams), D.C. Douglas (Legion), William Salyers (Mordin Solus), and of course, Mark Meer (Male Commander Shepard).

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While this isn’t the entire gang that went on spacefaring adventures together aboard the Normandy, it’s sizeable enough to make fans squeal with excitement over the possibility of a potential Mass Effect remastered trilogy. After all, a brand-new art book of the trilogy has been slated for a March 2021 release, so the telltale signs are all there.

In any case, all will be revealed at the N7 Day panel itself, which will take place on 7 November @ 11am PST / 8 November @ 3am SGT. The link to the panel will be provided at a later date.

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