Mass Effect: A New Garrus Figure Is Coming In February Before Legendary Edition

Take a closer look at a new Garrus figure that will be properly revealed in February.

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2021 is already a big year for the Mass Effect series, as BioWare plans to launch Mass Effect: Legendary Edition during the year. But that's not all. BioWare has announced a new Garrus figure is also in the works, and it's already generating a lot of buzz.

BioWare teased the new figure on Twitter, posting a black-and-white image of the figure. "We're in the middle of some calibrations," the tweet says, referencing the unfinished nature of the image and Garrus' lines from the games. It seems all will be properly revealed in February.

"Garrus will be ready in February," BioWare said.

There is no word yet on a price or release date for the new Garrus figure, but it will presumably be sold through BioWare's own Gear Store.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition launches later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It features improved resolutions, frame rates, textures, and more for the original three games. The game will also be playable on PS5 and Xbox Series X through backwards compatibility. A release date for the Legendary Edition has not been announced yet, but it's rumored for March.

BioWare is also working on a brand-new Mass Effect game as a follow-up to 2017's Mass Effect: Andromeda. What's more, the studio is working on Dragon Age 4.

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