Mass Effect Developer Shares Cryptic Message


Developer BioWare has plenty of completely different iconic franchises underneath its belt, however of these, Mass Effect is the most-lauded one that doesn’t at the moment have any online game releases on the horizon. At least, formally. That’s partly in charge for why the cryptic Mass Effect-related social media put up the corporate lately shared has gotten everybody all labored up.

More particularly, BioWare lately shared a short video on social media, mixed with a bit music notice emoji and the hashtag “#MassRelays” hooked up. The precise content material of the video is mainly only a abstract of the idea of “mass impact,” the fictional power within the franchise that it is named after. You can test it out under:

A brand new Mass Effect video game was previously reported as being in development as of last year, but nothing official has been said on the matter. It’s been several years at this point since the most recent release, Mass Effect: Andromeda, and fans are seemingly still keen on the franchise despite the rocky reception in 2017.

The most likely suspects for this tease, if it’s really a tease at all? A remaster of the previous video games or the announcement of the aforementioned new game. Both would likely be received well, and a remaster (or, dare I say it, a remake) would allow for folks that missed it the first time around (or the second if they also passed on the trilogy collection) a chance to play it on new hardware.

What do you think of BioWare’s video? Do you think a remaster is on the way? Let us know in the comments, or hit me up directly on Twitter at @rollinbishop to speak all issues gaming!

The most up-to-date online game within the Mass Effect franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda, launched in early 2017, however seemingly failed to attain the specified industrial or vital success. Since that point, no information of additional Mass Effect installments have been introduced. You can try all of our earlier protection of the franchise proper right here.

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