A journalist has claimed that BioWare is going back to the original Mass Effect trilogy's structure with the series' next instalment.
The fifth mainline instalment in BioWare's acclaimed sci-fi RPG series was first announced back in December 2020.
History repeats itself, as BioWare confirms that it's going back to being focused exclusively on single player development.
The MMORPG, which originally launched in 2011, will reportedly be taken over by Ultima Online and Dark Age of Camelot developer Broadsword Online.
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In addition to every mainline Mass Effect game, Walters has also been involved in the development of Jade Empire, Anthem, and more.
At one point in the teaser, a mysterious shimmer can be seen, which seems to resemble the appendages of a cloaked Reaper.
"One day, when we’re ready, we’ll have more to share on the next Mass Effect, so thank you for being a part of this journey with us."
The next Mass Effect is a single-player experience developed on Unreal Engine 5. No further updates have been given on its progress.
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Mary DeMarle, who worked on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, has joined BioWare.
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Scriptwriter Michael Tucker, known for his Story Mode and Lessons from the Screenplay videos, has joined the development team of the next Mass Effect.
BioSare general manager Gary McKay says the studio remains "laser-focused on building back the trust of our fans and community."
It seems like BioWare is finally changing engines with the next Mass Effect and dropping Frostbite for the new Unreal Engine 5.
The sci-fi series could be jumping to some type of adaptation soon if early reports are any indication.