BioWare: Mass Effect 3 Omega DLC ‘Coming in the Fall’
Hot off the announcement that BioWare’s co-founders, Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, are leaving the company after nearly 20 years, BioWare has announced new stuff, including that new single-player DLC is on the way for Mass Effect 3.
According to a post from BioWare General Manager Aaron Flynn, the Mass Effect teams have lots more content in the works for the game. He mentions multiplayer content, which isn’t surprising, and single-player content — specifically, he says, “We are releasing more multiplayer content and we have more single-player stories coming throughout the next six months, including Omega which is coming in the Fall.”
There’s been some speculation that the Mass Effect 3 story would eventually include some reference to Omega, the sort of “dark Citadel” that was a major location in Mass Effect 2. According to the lore of Mass Effect 3, the station fell to
Reaper Cerberus control after a hard-fought battle with the mercenaries and criminals living there. Some, such as Aria T’Loak, escaped. Many did not.
Now it seems that this will, in fact, be another DLC pack for Mass Effect 3, and we can expect it relatively soon. We’ll have more information as it becomes available.
Speaking of Mass Effect 3 DLC — anything in particular you’d like to see BioWare explore? Let us know in the comments.