BioWare Teases New Mass Effect Game

Today is N7 Day and BioWare is very happy and celebrating the day in full force, thanking the fans and…teasing images for the new Mass Effect game? Wait, what?!

First, the producer of the Mass Effect series at BioWare, Michael Gamble, teased the fans with an image of what appears to be him playing a ‘new’ Mass Effect title. He wrote that the next chapter of Mass Effect is upon us.

But that was not all. Yanick Roy (stylized on twitter as YaN7ck Roy), the Studio Director for BioWare Montreal, also tweeted an image of him working on some new character. He also stated, which seems to be a continuity from Michael Gamble’s tweet, that there will be new characters to fall in love with.

Then, Level Designer at BioWare, Gary Stewart, shared an image on twitter with him working on some sort of new level and again, with the continuation of the text from previous tweets of different individuals, Stewart wrote that there will be new enemies to encounter.

Lastly, to end the whole sentence that was continued from Michael Gamble’s tweet, Manveer Heir, Gameplay Designer at BioWare, tweeted an image showing some work on some kind of background/level stating that there will be new worlds to explore.

Apart from these personal twitter accounts, the account of the Frostbite Engine also tweeted that the next Mass Effect will be on the Frostbite Engine and that the fans should prepare themselves for some gorgeous futuristic eye candy.

Mass Effect is a critically acclaimed series from BioWare. Mass Effect 3 received so much criticism on its ending that the developers had to release a new extended ending just to satisfy the fans. From what we know, this new Mass Effect title won’t continue Commander Shepard’s story, which kind of makes us sad.

What are your thoughts about having a new Mass Effect game? Are you Ecstatic? Outraged? Let us know in the comments below.

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