New screens of the upcoming iOS release of Mass Effect Infiltrator


With the highly anticipated upcoming release of Mass Effect 3 just weeks away, EA announced that there will iOS tie-in release. Mass Effect Infiltrator will available on iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) with its own unique storyline which ties-in to the Mass Effect 3 storyline. EA has released new screens of Mass Effect Infiltrator which illustrate the high level of detail this mobile title will have.

"In Infiltrator players will help to free prisoners from a hostile Cerberus base and will receive rewards for collecting evidence of Cerberus’ crimes along the way." stated a rep. "Every completed rescue and intelligence discovery in Infiltrator will increase a player’s Galactic Readiness rating directly through the Galaxy at War system in Mass Effect3, influencing Commander Shepard’s ultimate battle to take back Earth from an ancient alien threat called the Reapers."

BioWare has introduce the "Galaxy at War" system which allows players to influence the actions and outcome of Mass Effect 3. This new system allows players manage and experience the galactic war from multiple fronts. This feature sounds pretty impressive and makes a lot of sense to have in a "galactic war". Each player may have a slightly different experience from others depending on what they have done in Infiltrator or co-op mode. Its pretty cool.

A release date has not been announce but has been stated as coinciding with the Mass Effect 3 release date of March 6. We will keep you updated as more information is released.


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