"Pick a planet across the other side of the galaxy and fly there and see what you'll discover," Mass Effect series executive producer Casey Hudson said of the next installment currently in development at BioWare's Montreal studio. During EA's E3 2014 press event, all we got was some conceptual footage from the game and promises of what's to come.
But that wasn't all. BioWare also has a new intellectual property in the works at its Edmonton studio. Details were sparse and general in nature, but the team hopes to take on contemporary stories and "build a world that's as big and as imaginative as everything we've done before," according to Hudson. "A fictional world that feels real and is alive and is constantly changing."
Not a whole lot to say other than fans are going to be hungry for this next Mass Effect once it's finally out. I hope it lives up to the crazy high expectations (or at least does more than ME3 did).
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