EA increases the hype with more gear
Something new had been spilled over Mass Effect, but at the Game Awards a new project was announced which is already underway by Bioware. The developer now has 3 major projects in progress with Anthem 2.0 and the new one Dragon Age 4, even with the departure of its former directors and the future of the franchise was on hold after the lukewarm reception of Mass Effect Andromeda.
Now project manager at Bioware, Michael gamble posted a few tweets welcoming several of the developers of the original Mass Effect trilogy, such as Derek watts, Brenon Holmes, Dusty Everman O Parrish ley. Holmes has been present throughout the trilogy and is up to date with the progress of the study; Watts was the artistic director of the trilogy; Ley played a key role in the star film moments of the saga and Everman brought the vision of Normandy to life.
With these names back at the foot of the canyon, the Mass Effect franchise should have a new installment that lives up to fans’ expectations. Apparently, according to the trailer, we could see something related to the N7 and it has generated a lot more expectations.
No launch window or platform for the new Mass Effect is known yet, but hopefully it will only be available for Xbox Series X | S, Playstation 5, streaming platforms and PCs.