Is the "Mass Effect" trilogy coming to next-gen consoles? Courtesy/Bioware

Bioware’s “Mass Effect” trilogy may be coming to Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4, according to Chilean retailer Zmart.

The online retailer listed the sci-fi action RPG for sale but didn’t set a specific release date or price. Eager players can sign up for alerts that let them know when the titles become available for purchase.

In early March, General Manager of Bioware’s Montreal and Edmonton Studios Aaryn Flynn stated the company had been discussing the launch of the trilogy on next-gen devices via Twitter.

Bioware has previously confirmed it is working on "Mass Effect 4," a follow-up to 2012's action RPG "Mass Effect 3."

Zmart listing for "Mass Effect" series on the PS4 and Xbox One. Courtesy/Zmart

The first in the "Mass Effect" series launch in 2007 for the Xbox 360, PC and PS3. The series has received commercial success and favorable reviews. The trilogy has sold more than 7 million units as of 2012.

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