Producer Hints at More Mass Effect 3 DLC; ‘Leviathan’ Rumored
Warning: Possible spoilers of upcoming, unreleased content.
BioWare isn’t finished with downloadable content coming to Mass Effect 3, and not just on the multiplayer side of the fence, it seems.
“Would now be a good time to talk about how we’re doing more DLC in the future?” Gamble wrote in one update. In another, he added, “That was a trick question. We’ll save the future DLC for future chats. Don’t worry though…there’s much more.”
So more content is on the way, and apparently, some details about it might have been discovered in the code of the Extended Cut.
According to a story from Eurogamer, code from the Extended Cut discovered by members of the BioWare Social Network and posted to Pastebin suggests there’s an upcoming DLC mission set before the ending sequence called “Leviathan,” which concerns a renegade Reaper that can be recruited to the player’s side in the war. There’s also fresh dialog in the DLC, the code suggests.
According to what was found in dialog lines, the story has players rescuing a scientist named Ann Brynson from a Reaper-controlled mining facility, which is facilitated by a defected Reaper called Leviathan. Supposedly, Leviathan “killed his own kind” and also reveals more about the Reapers’ creation — including talking about the Catalyst or “Star Child” and its origins.
Supposedly, Brynson’s fate is determined by your choices and Leviathan can join the war. If that’s the case, it would likely be as a war asset.
So what do you guys think? Now that the Extended Cut DLC is out, will you be paying for more Mass Effect 3?