Bioware has issued a statement in regards to the upcoming Citadel DLC for the multiplatform video game, “Mass Effect 3.” According to a report by RPGamer on Feb. 25, the new downloadable content won’t have an effect on the ending of the main campaign. This is because the DLC will have a “stopping point” before the primary story concludes. You can check out some screens from the expansion, as well as several older shots from the role-playing game, in the slideshow at the top of this article and the statement from Bioware below (courtesy of RPGamer):
No, not beyond the possibility of adding new war assets to increase your Galactic Readiness score. You may of course continue on to play the endgame after completing the Citadel DLC, but there is also a natural “stopping point” that should make it clear where the DLC content ends and your return to the main game begins.
The “Mass Effect 3” Citadel DLC will be released in North America on March 5 with a price tag of $14.99 (or 1,200 Microsoft Points on the Xbox Live Marketplace of the Xbox 360 console).
Electronic Arts released “Mass Effect 3” for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms on March 6 in addition to the Nintendo Wii U on Nov. 18 of last year. You can purchase the title in the following link: “Mass Effect 3”