Almost All of the DLC is Included
The Mass Effect trilogy has a well-established history of introducing lots, and lots, of DLC. Whether it’s massive packs like Lair of the Shadow Broker or just weapons and skins, there was plenty you could spend your money on back in the day.
This time around, all but one piece of DLC will be added to their respective game at no additional cost. Not only are they in there, but they also have been added into the game naturally. Meaning if you were playing the trilogy for the first time, you might not even know that Lair of the Shadow Broker was DLC and not just part of the story.
What DLC didn’t make the cut? Pinnacle Station from Mass Effect 1 will be the only DLC not added to Mass Effect Legendary Edition and likely won’t be added or available for purchase any time soon, if ever.
The reason for that is kind of wild. The files are apparently corrupted according to BioWare (via Game Informer), and cannot be restored, nor can they track down original files that would be usable.
While Pinnacle Station was kind of meh anyway, it still sucks to know that it may be lost forever, or at least on the Legendary Edition.
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