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Mass Effect 3 players get new armour in Dead Space 3

EA has announced that Dead Space 3 players with a Mass Effect 3 save on their console will be able to unlock a modified version of Commander Shepard's armour.

The special suit will be awarded should the game detect a previous save file, although you will need to have played both games on the same console as there is no way to unlock the armour across different platforms.

Check out a video below.

Edited On 22 Jan, 2013

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Pyroloveridge 4 years ago
A nice addition for people who do play other titles from publishers, more of this should be done to reward players. it may possibly even work as an incentive for players to go back and try games they might not have played
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yoda soldier 4 years ago
This is a good idea but my problem with this one is yet again down to the co op in the game, the armours are different colours as far as i can tell for each player so if you don't play co op you won't get the red one. Please correct me if im wrong as videos don't work on my work pc.
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iMerle iDixon 4 years ago
I really like these cross buy promotions, but the stuff you get is usually out classed by your starting gear. Which is a shame but anything for nothing is always good.
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troublemaker 4 years ago
Here's to hoping that my Shopto backorder of the trilogy arrives soon then! Quite a cool promotion. I remember something similar with Mass Effect and Dragon Age a little while back that was quite successful
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James26 4 years ago
I like these cross game additions. KOA: Reckoning also had a cross over with Mass Effect whereby (if i remember rightly) you got a full armour set and a weapon maybe? This one was nice as the armour was slightly better than any other armour you'd have at the point that you could take it from the chest, but then had to be replaced once you developed your character more as better armours were available. So you still got to use it for a decent period of time but not too much so that it was overpowered or too little so that it was pointless!
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Was the same on Mass Effect 3 where if you completed the Kingdom of Amalur demo (You couldn't just leave the demo to run out of time, you had to actually play it...) you'd get an armour set for in game use on ME3 which had good perks at the start.
DynamiteWhyte 4 years ago
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Bhamkeyx 4 years ago
This is a cool addition, and it is nice to see game developers working together.

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