According to the latest news from Rumourville, Mass Effect Trilogy remaster is relatively close, as Portuguese retailer briefly posted a listing for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch versions.
As caught by resident Twitter leakster Nibel, whose dislike of the term insider doesn't change the fact that he often sounds like one, a Portuguese retailer briefly posted a listing for Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered.
The listing has since been removed, which is how these things usually play out, but not before eagle-eyed users spotted it and raised the alarm.
What was claimed to be a new Mass Effect Trilogy logo lent it an additional air of credibility but the faithful horde of fans quickly pointed out that this is the same logo used on the Xbox 360 version of Bioware's trilogy.
This is not the first time that we've heard about Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered, as the rumours have been swirling for a while now.
When it comes to actual listings, Game, a major UK retailer, posted their own listing about a month ago. Moreover, some users claimed they actually visited the store and preordered the game, and they backed it up with photos of receipts.
According to Game's listing, Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered is slated for launch on September 29, 2020. It certainly doesn't look like a placeholder date either, but it's still wise to take it with a grain of salt.
There's no going around it - Bioware could use a break in their post-Anthem period, and since Anthem's overhaul still sounds like distant future, Mass Effect is one of the best bets for the studio. The franchise's popularity is still as strong as ever, and if you don't believe us, just mention the ending on Twitter and get ready for the comment onslaught.