Randomized DLC will come packaged with BioWare's new line of Mass Effect action figures.
Just when you thought DLC couldn't get any more elaborate, EA will release several Mass Effect action figures in March that will include DLC for BioWare's upcoming sequel Mass Effect 3. Available for preorder at the BioWare Store and BigBadToyStore.com, each action figure contains a different set of in-game content available only for the PC and Xbox 360 North American release of the game.
Before everyone gets too excited, though, the BioWare Store explains that the DLC content is "slightly randomized during the registration" of any particular action figure and might only introduce things like weapon mods, upgrades, and new characters for use in multi-player. Depending on the specifics, it might not be worth shelling out the $20 for your very own model of a scientist Salarian (who has studied species Turian, Asari and Batarian) if all he comes with is a new costume for his in-game version.
The action figures are estimated to release in April or May of this year, and interested parties can order each model individually for $20 USD or in packs of four for approximately $75 USD. Most of the ME 2 cast is included in the pack, although fans of the game will notice they forgot to include characters like Jacob, Samara, or Jack which is pretty odd considering how major a role they all played.