A lot of stuff is happening at Bioware it seems.
Mass Effect 4 is starting to climb its way up the hype ladder for many gamers now that E3 is on the distant horizon. Hype is pushed even further upwards when you take a look at the personal Twitter feeds of the game’s directors, developers and writers. Chris Wynn, the games Senior Development Director told an enquiring fan that their current focus is to push the current generation of hardware.
How far will they will be able to push it is something that remains to be seen but if Dragon Age Inquisition is anything to go by, Mass Effect 4 should be a treat given that it will most likely be a current gen game only. Good things generally happen when dev teams push hardware to extremes. Amid concerns regarding the PC version of the game (where it solely belongs in my opinion) Mac Walters, the games creative director, said “I was just reviewing on PC today. Looking great!”
That’s good news for the PC-centric audience. On top of all this, the Senior Producer at Bioware Jonathan Warner and BioWare writer Jay Watamaniuk have been talking and teasing about Bioware’s new, unannounced IP. Jay has said that it’s “looking damn cool even at this very early stage” and that a reveal is still “ways off yet.” He then let us know that they have endured another milestone review and that things are looking “stunning”.
Jonathan Warner echoed the sentiment by saying, “I am so proud of my team! An amazing milestone review today. Honestly one of the best feelings ever. #Secret #BioWare”. Hopefully we will know more about Bioware’s new IP and new information on Mass Effect 4 this E3.
@Knnyally sorry no, we are focused on getting the most out of the current crop of hardware.— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) March 27, 2015
@efenzl Yes. I was just reviewing on PC today. Looking great!— Mac Walters (@macwalterslives) March 19, 2015
Milestone review meeting complete. Guys, stunning. #secretIP— Jay Watamaniuk (@JayWatamaniuk) March 27, 2015
@NM_Che56 Thanks! Yup, it's looking damn cool even at this very early stage.— Jay Watamaniuk (@JayWatamaniuk) March 26, 2015