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Cards To Save Humanity: Cards Against Humanity and Mass Effect Team Up

Cards To Save Humanity: Cards Against Humanity and Mass Effect Team Up

In a jaw-dropping team-up that probably no one saw coming, Cards Against Humanity and BioWare recently announced a Mass Effect expansion pack for the irreverent party game. Priced at just $1 with free shipping offered within the United States, if you’re a Mass Effect fan, you’re practically obligated to pick this pack up.

Now available for pre-order, the 14 card pack will ship in time for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda on March 21. In the pack you’ll find a couple of cards about the Mass Effect games in general, and a lot of cards about making out with space friends.

Mass Effect (Cara McGee)

“Rest assured, there’s more than just jokes about kissing aliens in this pack,” said BioWare’s lead community manager, Conal Pierse. “There are also cards about getting to second, even third base.”

Cards Against Humanity previously worked with Netflix on a House of Cards expansion back, but this is their first collaboration on a video game. The team partnered with BioWare writers Karin Weekes, Ben Gelinas and Sam Maggs to create the perfect pack.

“We agreed to do this because Mass Effect is the only good AAA video game,” said Trin Garritano, the events director of Cards Against Humanity. “We usually don’t co-write expansion packs about video games, but we thought that if we made this pack of cards, they’d let us play Andromeda early. Unfortunately, that did not happen.”

Once the Mass Effect pack is sold out, it won’t be available again, so be sure to get yours before it’s too late.

You picked Garrus, right? Tell us about your Mass Effect relationships in the comments.

All Images: Cards Against Humanity (Illustration by Cara McGee)

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