Another store has put up product pages for port revival. Gaming Replay, a Portugese store, had listings up for a time for Mass Effect Trilogy Switch, PS4, and Xbox One versions. As you might expect, they only briefly appeared on September 16, 2020 before being pulled down. [Thanks, Nibellion!]
All three had preliminary box art, though the PEGI rating on all of them was inaccurate. In Europe, only Mass Effect: Andromeda had a PEGI 16 rating, which all three of the tentative listings had. Mass Effect 1, 2, and 3 were all rated PEGI 18. The PS4 and Xbox One versions had €59.99 prices, while the Switch version was listed at €49.99. The listings also claimed they would be released in October 2020.
— Nibel (@Nibellion) September 16, 2020
This falls in line with a rumor from August 2020. Jeff Grubb suggested in GamesBeat Decides episode 161 that a Mass Effect Trilogy collection was in development. In the podcast, he suggested it would be both announced and released in October 2020. More recently, a Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase was announced for September 17, 2020, and Grubb tweeted, “I’ve hinted at one of the things that will be in it.”
2020 has been something of a year for retailer game leaks. Far Cry 6 was spoiled by a PlayStation Store listing. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake showed up first in Guatamalan MAX product listings. The Mass Effect Trilogy Switch, PS4, and Xbox One pages could be another one, though this could also be nothing.