If you have not played the originals or want to keep the surprise, we warn that the image could be a spoiler.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition has been available for a few days, the remastering of the saga of the bioware space opera. An edition that comes with many changes at a technical level to offer a better visual quality; but some small nuances have also been modified, both those that could go unnoticed in their day and those that created the most stir. We echo one of the latter, related to Tali, one of the members of Shepard’s squad with whom, as with the rest, you could maintain a relationship. Of course, we warn that what we are going to tell next can be considered a spoiler.
Tali is one of the many possible romances Shepard has in the gameTali is a very popular character, due to his background. In addition, its design is very particular, since it wore a helmet whose purpose was to prevent diseases, and with which we could hardly see its face; especially in the first two games. We could keep romances with the quarianBut even in that sequence we couldn’t see his face clearly. Only in one scene where Shepard picks up a framed photo to remember it.
But that scene, from Mass Effect 3, had in the photo what looked more like a stock image bought from an image bank. Fans complained about how impersonal that was, asking Bioware to fix it more and put a picture of Tali without the helmet, with a design generated by themselves, not randomly placed after a Google search. And that’s what they have done in this Mass Effect Legendary Edition. As you can see below, now we can see the true face of Tali.
A galaxy to explore
With Mass Effect: Legendary Edition you have at your disposal three games to relive or travel the galaxy for the first time with Shepard and his crew. You may be interested in this technical comparison between the versions of PS5 or Xbox Series X. Or to know that Bioware does not rule out adding multiplayer in the future, despite having decided to cut it at launch.
Of course, to know all the details and improvements, we leave you with our analysis of Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
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