BioWare Teases Next Mass Effect with Images

In celebration of N7 day, BioWare staffers have been tweeting images of the next Mass Effect game.

The likes of series producer Michael Gamble, BioWare Montreal studio director Yanick Roy, and executive producer Casey Hudson have been releasing teaser images today, showing snippets of concept art, level design, and even the game being played on what appears to be a PC, but with an Xbox 360 controller.

Today, Nov. 7, is N7 Day — the day BioWare has designated to celebrate the Mass Effect series. The name derives from the N7 designation used in the Mass Effect universe for marines such as Commander Shepard who have completed a certain type of training.

These images aren’t much to go on, but are you excited for the next Mass Effect game? Or are you done with the series after the Mass Effect 3 fiasco?


via IGN

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7 Comments on BioWare Teases Next Mass Effect with Images

Underlaw

On November 8, 2013 at 5:51 am

This will be the last shot, i was telling for almost 2 years ago, BIOWARE IS DOOMED!
glu glu yeah yeah!

Bill

On November 8, 2013 at 5:54 am

Sorry but I don’t enjoy paying full price for glorified shell games then being called names when I point out that what I bought was different from what was advertised. I’m more interested in seeing what the rumoured (and in one case confirmed) phoenix group/s of disenfranchised employees come up with instead as they’re the real talent at BioWare. As long as the idiots who ruined the last game are still there, there is no legitimacy in the series – a series that, incidentally, was marketed as a standalone trilogy but is now entering its fourth instalment.

I’d rather play another Duke Nukem game than anything else these liars and hacks come up with. BioWare is beyond dead, it’s decomposing and contaminating everything around it.

Aedelric

On November 8, 2013 at 7:02 am

Screw you Bioware for reminding me how upset I am over the whole Mass Effect III incident!

Even Marvel, through all their problems and issues acknowledge that what they did with the Mandarin in Iron Man III was a complete d**k move. They care so much so that they are going to make a Marvel one shot to restore consumer faith and redeem the character.

Bioware, they are about `artistic integrity´ over fan loyalty. Funny thing is, they have no integrity, they are owned by EA. Only independent studios that are not paid by a middle man have a right to claim artistic integrity. Instead of a Marvel like attempt to mend bridges they remain in bloody minded denial of what a complete d**k move the ending was.

That said, Mass Effect I is still ranked on my top five list of all time favorite games, a truly exceptional game. How they could so quickly and easily screw up a series filled with such potential truly boggles the mind.

psycros

On November 8, 2013 at 9:16 am

“LOTS OF SPECULATION FROM EVERYONE”

R.I.P. Bioware.

Skeptic

On November 8, 2013 at 3:04 pm

I’m wary. I’ll see how it develops.

GazH

On November 9, 2013 at 1:32 am

When ME3 was hinted at, I was leaning in to my monitor as if that would help me get a closer look at what they were doing this time around. Now ME3 has been and gone, I looked at these shots of ME4 with bland disinterest then clicked off the page and went somewhere else.

ME4 will need to be something truly outstanding for me to sit up and take interest. The series is over for me.

R.J.

On November 10, 2013 at 10:43 am

I’m with Bill on this. I can’t be excited for this game since I made that mistake with ME3 and DA2 and got burned pretty badly in both instances. I don’t know, I guess I thought that I wouldn’t be able to go back through preview material and point to what turned out to be either misleading or outright false. And just like Bill said, a lot of the folks that worked on previous entries left and we’re left with the likes of Casey Hudson and Mac Walters who prefer to speak of artistic integrity and treat fans as stupid for calling them out on making an incomplete story. Oh, and I also completely agree that it is hard to be excited to see something that was always planned to be a trilogy get dragged out into another entry because that just has EA’s grubby paws all over it.