BioWare certainly wasn’t expecting the fiasco that came about from their controversial ending to Mass Effect 3. An enormous outcry from fans eventually transformed into the “Take Back Mass Effect” movement, which finally received its proper “closure” yesterday in the form of free DLC. Now that the extended cut is available to all, though, BioWare says they’re one hundred percent focused on future DLC.
Mass Effect 3 producer Mike Gamble recently tweeted that fans can expect “much more” downloadable content for the game, though he didn’t specify in what form. "Would now be a good time to talk about how we're doing more DLC in the future?" Gamble first stated. "That was a trick question. We'll save the future DLC for future chats. Don't worry though…there's much more."
BioWare has been quite outspoken on the reality of more single-player action for Shepard and the gang, but fans can most likely expect a substantial amount of multiplayer-focused content to hit the marketplace, which is certainly not a bad thing – it’s one of the best, most surprised additions to a serious in quite some time, arguably of course.
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Source: [Mike Gamble]