Xbox One and PS4 versions of Mass Effect Trilogy discussed at BioWare

Because Garrus is too awesome to not be on the latest home consoles, obviously.

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BioWare has said that it has had discussions about bringing a version of the original Mass Effect trilogy to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

BioWare and EA released a Mass Effect trilogy bundle on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in 2012, with the pack containing Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, and various DLC bits and bobs.

Over the weekend, BioWare Edmonton and Montreal general manager Aaryn Flynn responded to a question on Twitter asking about bringing the original games to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

"We have discussed that internally," he said. "If we can put solid plans together we'll share. Great to hear you're keen."

BioWare has previously confirmed that it is working on a Mass Effect 4, presumably for the current crop of consoles, but has not announced much about the title other than it will not feature Shepard in a lead role.

"I can't get into details, but the idea is that we have agreed to tell a story [in Mass Effect 4] that doesn't relate necessarily to any of the Shepard events at all, whatsoever," said lead writer Mac Walters last year.

The original Mass Effect team at BioWare's Edmonton studio are now working on a brand new IP, with BioWare Montreal inheriting Mass Effect 4 duties.

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