Last week, BioWare announced the Mass Effect Trilogy would arrive on November 6 for the PC and 360, with a PS3 version at a later date. There was not a lot else announced with it at the time, but today BioWare has revealed more details on the Mass Effect Trilogy. The PC version appears to be the most inclusive, as the Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station DLC for the first Mass Effect are included on the disc. Mass Effect 2 benefits from the Ceberus Network and its DLC (Zaeed, Firewalker, Cerberus Assault Gear, Arc Projector, and Normandy crash site), while Mass Effect 3 has the Online Pass for co-op multiplayer.
The Xbox 360 version only includes the ME2 and 3 extras of the PC version, as the ME1 DLC is not included. Information on the PS3 DLC is not available yet, but should be soon. Mass Effect 1 will arrive as a standalone title on the PlayStation Store for $14.99. It will be available the same day the Trilogy launches, however that day is still to be announced.