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BioWare promises 'content initiatives' to answer Mass Effect 3 questions
If you've managed to stay away from all the Mass Effect 3 controversy in the past weeks, well, I commend you. If not, you surely know that a quite vocal group has been up in arms about the game's ending, demanding that BioWare, the game's developer, somehow give the trilogy's ending a redo.
Well, it doesn't sound like those folks will be getting exactly what they wanted, but BioWare is listening, according to an open letter to Mass Effect fans posted by Dr. Ray Muzyka, BioWare's co-creator, on the dev's blog.
"The team and I have been thinking hard about how to best address the comments on ME3’s endings from players, while still maintaining the artistic integrity of the game," he wrote. "This is an issue we care about deeply, and we will respond to it in a fair and timely way. We’re already working hard to do that."
Working hard to do, er, what?
"Content initiatives," apparently.
"Exec Producer Casey Hudson and the team are hard at work on a number of game content initiatives that will help answer the questions, providing more clarity for those seeking further closure to their journey," he said. "You’ll hear more on this in April."
So there you have it. Those (silly) fans won't be getting the change they're asking for, but BioWare will be providing "more clarity" to the game's ending, likely via downloadable content we'll hear more about next month.
You can check out Muzyka's full letter here.
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