If you’re a fan of the Mass Effect series, then you’ve probably heard of the Mass Effect 2 DLC Unlocker. But what is it, and what does it do? Our pros will share what they know about this feature:
What is Mass Effect 2's DLC Unlocker?
EA Games created the Mass Effect 2 DLC Unlocker program. In order to launch the program at various times, a scheduled task is added to Windows Task Scheduler (the schedule varies depending on the version).
The software is intended to connect to the Internet and includes a Windows Firewall exemption to do so without being interrupted. The primary program executable is called MassEffect2Launcher.exe.
The software installer contains 61 files. The program is created in C++ using the Nokia Qt cross-platform framework. Mass Effect 2 DLC Unlocker includes these executable files, which take up 32.01 MB (33560896 bytes) of disk space.
In relation to the overall number of users, the majority of PCs use Windows 10 or Windows 7 (SP1). Although the majority of Mass Effect 2 DLC Unlocker users are from the United States, it is also popular in Australia and Spain .