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Completing Mass Effect: Infiltrator once unlocks "1 Cerberus Escapees" according to the Galaxy at War screen, which equates to 40 War Assets inside Mass Effect 3 proper.

Mass Effect: Infiltrator's New Game+ unlocks, but it seems to be equivalent to just picking missions from the level selector, as your progress doesn't seem to save (no "resume/continue playing" option). However, any computers hacked and safes opened remain hacked and opened, and your skill unlocks and weapons carry over.

Skipping right to the end and beating the final boss again doesn't seem to unlock more Cerberus Escapees, but is there a way that I'm missing, or is it just a one-time thing?

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is this the App version of ME3? –  Paralytic Mar 29 '12 at 14:27
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possible duplicate of Is anything different in a New Game plus? –  murgatroid99 Mar 29 '12 at 14:32
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@murgatroid99 that post doesn't reference/answer whether/how you can get a second war asset –  Ben Brocka Mar 29 '12 at 14:48
    
@BenBrocka I know it doesn't mention that in particular, but my question asks what the difference is between playing through a new game+ and replaying levels, and whether you get a second war asset should be a subset of that. –  murgatroid99 Mar 29 '12 at 14:55
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@murgatroid99 I disagree. They look like two different, although possibly related, questions. –  Wipqozn Mar 29 '12 at 15:34

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You can earn Cerberus Escapees (the war asset from playing Mass Effect: Infiltrator) three times:

  • For finishing the game (once)
  • For getting gold on all Main Story checkpoints
  • For getting gold on all Turian Story checkpoints

Each is worth 40 TMS in war assets, for a total of 120 TMS.1 It will show on all ME3 save games linked to your Origin account.

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