Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion (Xbox 360)

Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion Xbox 360 Playing a multiplayer match as the N7 Fury Adept on Firebase London.

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The Earth Multiplayer Expansion is a downloadable content pack (DLC) for Mass Effect 3. Includes the following content:
  • Six human N7 characters: Fury, Destroyer, Demolisher, Paladin, Shadow, and Slayer.
  • Three maps: Firebase London, Firebase Rio and Firebase Vancouver.
  • Three weapons: Acolyte Pistol, N7 Piranha Shotgun, and N7 Typhoon Assault Rifle.
  • Several weapon mods and gear upgrades.
  • A new mission objective where the team must protect and escort a combat drone to the designated extraction zone.
  • Platinum difficulty setting.
The new weapons, characters, and upgrades are available as rewards inside the Reinforcement Packs.

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Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion Xbox 360 Firing with the M-96 Mattock assault rifle at a Banshee.
Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion Xbox 360 This expansion pack adds <i>Platinum</i> as a new difficulty setting.
Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion Xbox 360 The Hawk Missile Launcher is a power only available to the N7 Destroyer.
Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion Xbox 360 Devastator mode increases weapon damage and rate of fire, but slows movement speed.

Alternate Titles

  • "Mass Effect 3: Expansion Multijoueur sur Terre" -- French title
  • "Mass Effect 3: Erde Mehrspieler-Erweiterung" -- German title

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Yearman (19064) added Mass Effect 3: Earth Multiplayer Expansion (Xbox 360) on Oct 15, 2012
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