A tie-in we never saw coming is making the rounds, and someone at BioWare deserves a raise for it. Cards Against Humanity has teamed up with the Mass Effect franchise to create a $1 expansion for the popular card game. We’re not sure exactly how the popular science fiction universe will be worked into the game, but the official website’s domain address hints that there will be no holding back.
We can’t repost it here, so just… click on the source site below and find out for yourself. It’s definitely not the redirect address masseffectpack.com that BioWare is using. Thank you for understanding, and have a nice day.
The Mass Effect Pack is a collaboration between Cards Against Humanity and BioWare — 14 brand new cards* about valuable intellectual property: Mass Effect™.
We thought if we wrote a pack with BioWare, they would let us play the new Mass Effect game early. That did not happen, but here we are anyway.
Mass Effect: Andromeda comes out next month, too!
Warning! You’ll have to break your self-imposed isolation and step outside to enjoy the social qualities of Cards Against Humanity. I don’t know if I’ll be capable of that once Mass Effect: Andromeda comes out on March 21 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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