Mass Effect 3 has been available for around a year and it’s been an incredibly successful game: the title is currently available on all home platforms, but it looks like Bioware and EA don’t consider all platforms the same since not all versions of the game are getting the same amount of extra downloadable content.
To be honest, it’ snot just Bioware that seems to be going to skip releasing DLCs for the Wii U version of its game: Black Ops 2 and Assassin’s Creed 3 are other examples of this situation.
A Bioware representative this morning has confirmed to IGN that the developer has no plans to bring the Citadel and Reckoning DLCs to the Wii U. Both these DLC packs were available for all the other versions at launch. Such an omission means that the Wii U gamers won’t be getting the last DLC pack which has been detailed only a few days ago.
Apparently, there’s no real reason for all this: could it be the way Nintendo manages its eShop that makes it hard for developers to release DLC content or it’s that these games aren’t selling to well and releasing DLCs is not worth the effort?
To get the full Mass Effect 3 experience, gamers would do better to get any other version of the game.