Mass Effect 3′s N7 Day celebrations revealed: guaranteed rare weapons up for grabs

Mass Effect N7 Day

By on November 8, 2012 at 11:52 am

November 7 is of course international N7 Day, which means that followers of The Shepard around the world celebrate their devotion to BioWare’s role-playing trilogy in a number of various ways.

One of those ways is the N7 Day Multiplayer Challenge — which, it turns out, isn’t challenging at all: simply complete three extractions on any difficulty using any human character, some time in the next 38 hours. Doing so will reward you with a Loyalty pack which has a guaranteed rare weapon in it, and a shiny N7 banner you can display in your multiplayer lobbies.

There’s heaps more info on the other various events doing down at the Mass Effect Community Hub, including stupidly hi-res ‘movie poster style’ artwork for the trilogy, cosplay photos, and much more.

Source: BioWare Blog, ME Community Hub

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But…isn’t my Krogan part of N7?! Picked this up again recently, forgot how fun it is and how amazingly well supported it’s been/is

 
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