Director Chris Wynn continues to tease the game.
Mass Effect 4, a hugely anticipated upcoming video game in a beloved series, is one of the main reasons, if not the only reason, to pay attention to EA at this year’s E3 event where we hope to see more of it. But there’s one place you can nearly always see something about the game.
That’s right, we’re of course talking about the personal Twitter feed of senior development director Chris Wynn who is a veritable treasure trove of small pieces of Mass Effect intrigue. Teasing the gaming community, as he is one to oft do, Chris recently posted an image of two screens side by side, captioned to read that the “awesomeness” can’t be contained on just one screen, requiring two instead.
The picture is blurred to help cover up any obvious Mass Effect 4 details leaking out early, but with that being said, it doesn’t look like there was much on screen that would have been considered a spoiler anyway. When one Twitter user jokingly said that his camera is out of focus because it was distracted, Wynn responded that it was intentional.
And how does player movement in Mass Effect 4 works compared to Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age: Inquisition, Wynn stated that they are evaluatiing everything to deliver the “best player experience”. Mass Effect 4 will most likely be shown off during next week’s E3.
When we review Mass Effect, one TV cannot contain it's awesomeness - pic.twitter.com/iukPGI4uTn— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) June 9, 2015
@CmdrNinja that was intentional.— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) June 9, 2015
@ReaperSlayer925 we are evaluating everything to see what offers the best player experience.— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) June 10, 2015