The future of BioWare's sci-fi RPG series Mass Effect has been in the air for some time. After the lush reception of Mass Effect Andromeda in 2017, BioWare Montreal became a "support studio" while the series was set to indefinite levels – which made fans question whether we would ever see another Mass Effect game at all.
However, thanks to a studio profile from Polygon (via PCGamer), we know that the future is not completely dark for Commander Shepherd and crew.
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When asked About the Mass Effect series, BioWare executive producer Mark Darrah assured the fans that the developer is not yet complete with the franchise yet.
"We're definitely not done with Mass Effect," said Darrah Polygon. "There are many stories to know. We could pull on the threads we put down with Andromeda; we could pull on the thread from Mass Effect 3. It There is much interesting space to explore. "
In addition, BioWare general manager Casey Hudson pointed out the team's intention to return to the series whenever possible.
"In my mind, it's very alive," Hudson explained to Polygon. "I'm constantly thinking of things that I think are good. It's just a matter of coming back to it as soon as we can."
However, we can wait a while, as BioWare is currently focusing on the release of online multiplayer shooter Anthem and the upcoming Dragon Age title. So don't keep your breath ….