‘MASS EFFECT 3’ Leviathan DLC is dropping August 28. We…care?

Mass Effect 3 is finally getting some DLC that isn’t promising to fix the ending. Those lasses and lads at BioWare really through themselves off their schedule when they decided to shit directly into the game code after about thirty hours of fun. They’ve finally doubled back around though, and are ready to release some new content.


BioWare will release Mass Effect 3‘s single-player DLC, Leviathan, on August 28 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. European PS3 users will need to wait an extra day, unfortunately – Leviathan will be available on PS3 in Europe on August 29.

Mass Effect 3‘s Leviathan DLC will expand the single-player campaign, tasking Shepard with discovering “the most closely guarded secret in the galaxy before the Reapers silence it forever.” Leviathan is set during the Mass Effect 3 campaign, prior to the controversial conclusion of Shepard’s tale. EA has not yet revealed a price for Leviathan.

Are you planning on snagging it? Two part question, fools! Why or why not?