Mass Effect Legendary Edition is coming up in just one week's time, complete with new graphical enhancements and a ton of gameplay tweaks to modernise the whole trilogy. You don't have to play with all the changes enabled though, for instance, the Mako in Mass Effect 1 can still be driven using the original control scheme.
I'm not sure why you would want to do this, the Mako was horrible in Mass Effect 1. However, if you did enjoy these portions of the game in their original form, then you won't have to use the new driving improvements, as they can be toggled off.
Speaking on this, Mass Effect Legendary Edition environment director, Kevin Meek (via PCGamer), said: “For those people out there who do like pain, we've left the option to leave it back kind of closer to the original controls as well if you want. Playing the Mako today versus playing the Mako back in the original, especially on PC, it's like night and day”.
Fixing the Mako in Mass Effect 1 is one of this remaster's big changes, alongside other combat and gameplay tweaks. With all of this in place, it should be easier to move from one title to the next without having to relearn certain mechanics. Mass Effect Legendary Edition launches on the 14th of May.
Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.
KitGuru Says: Are many of you planning on picking up Mass Effect Legendary Edition next week?