The Frostbite 3-developed RPG is making good progress.
Executive Producer for the Mass Effect series Casey Hudson recently tweeted about the next game in the series, tentatively titled Mass Effect 4, and talked about the team at Bioware taking its “first steps” and “looking around” in the new world.
What’s even more fun than working on the design of a new fictional world? Taking our first steps into it and looking around.
— Casey Hudson (@CaseyDHudson) September 8, 2013
Hudson also congratulated his team for their milestone review and how everything looked “beautiful, fun, ambitious and Mass Effect-y”.
In a milestone review for next Mass Effect game. Team is doing outstanding work. Looks beautiful, fun, ambitious, and Mass Effect-y!
— Casey Hudson (@CaseyDHudson) September 10, 2013
The last game in the series Mass Effect 3 released last year and raised a fair amount of controversy due to its ending. However, the game continued performing strongly with lots of multiplayer and single-player DLC. It has since been revealed that Mass Effect 4 will be developed using DICE’s Frostbite 3 Engine. The team at Bioware also talked about developing games in the franchise based on different characters.
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