Published: Thu, January 05, 2017
Technology | By Tonya May

It's Official… BioWare will release Mass Effect

It's Official… BioWare will release Mass Effect

Despite only being revealed what feels like yesterday, EA and Bioware have stamped release dates on Mass Effect: Andromeda.

The long and arduous wait for Bioware's space epic Mass Effect: Andromeda is almost at an end.

Additionally, while BioWare doesn't plan on producing a full trilogy of games off of Andromeda, as with the first Mass Effect trilogy, BioWare creative director Mac Walters still says that "future adventures" are a possibilty for the series. To deliver on this, we're taking all the time we can to make sure you're getting the best possible experience'. This is a longstanding studio tradition that goes back to the early days of the original Mass Effect. There were even endorsements received from members of the studio who played key roles during the development of the original Mass Effect trilogy.

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We are not going to go by four ways, not create false suspsense, go straight to the goal, without detours, avoid lengthy sentences hard to read because you want it now, right now and not in 10 minutes ... It is your passion for this franchise that drives us to go further. And for the first time, players will choose from half a dozen character classes to begin the game, each of which has a unique skill set. Picking one character doesn't mean the other goes away though, as they will still maintain a presence in the story. Flynn also let Mass Effect fans in on some interesting behind-the-scenes information.

We will have more freedom than ever and the title is made integrally with the graphics engine of Frostbite, so expect more vivid, large and spectacular environment than its predecessors. Those two dates are listed on the official Mass Effect page today, along with a few words written by BioWare's Aaron Flynn.

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