DLC order?

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2 years ago#1
I've been thinking about replaying Mass Effect 3 considering the few DLC that has been released. I've purchased them all but I haven't played any of it. I was wondering if I should play them in a specific order to get the most out of them?
2 years ago#2
I think the only one you have to play first is From Ashes to get Javik. This way you have him available for all the squad banter. Other than that, I'm pretty sure order doesn't matter.
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2 years ago#3
Play From Ashes either right before or right after Palaven.

I think Omega best fits right after the Cerberus Coup.

Leviathan is best played anytime after Thessia.

There are two suggested ways to play Citadel. Either do the entire thing right before Cronos Station or do the main mission right after Rannoch and do the party right before Cronos Station.
2 years ago#4
i do it as:

- from ashes right after palaven
- omega right after the citadel coup
- citadel missions only right after rannoch
- leviathan after thessia(though you could do all but the last part before or spread them out)
- citadel party after horizon
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