Bioware Mass Effect 3

BioWare general manager Casey Hudson has commented on a potential return to the Mass Effect series for BioWare, stating that the developer “[intends] to get back to it at some point.”

In a cover issue for Game Informer, Hudson described the Mass Effect series as “his baby,” whilst solidifying some already pre-established Dragon Age news. The statement was the most exciting part of the entire article, which commented upon all of BioWare’s current projects:

“I would say a majority of the people at BioWare are working on Anthem, but we do have people who are figuring out what a next Dragon Age would look like. [Mass Effect is] my baby. I helped start Mass Effect from the beginning. Of course we intend to get back to it at some point.”

BioWare is fully focused on Anthem for the time being, with the majority of the studio’s resources being spent on the project. Reading into Hudson’s comments, however, strongly implies that following Anthem‘s release, the developer will be balancing support for Anthem‘s constantly developing story and a new addition to the Mass Effect universe.

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Ben Newman

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