Mass Effect 3 News (Xbox360)

EA to unveil "at least six new projects" at E3 2014, Star Wars: Battlefront confirmed

Posted: 07.05.2014 by Technet2k

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In their latest earnings call, EA has teased they've got "at least six new projects" in development and they'll be unveiling details at this year's E3. A "major new game" due in Q3 2014 will be shown.

They mention it's powered by Frostbite 3 so it's very likely Dragon Age: Inquisition, which is due around then. EA also mentioned Battlefront is progressing "very, very well."

Rumour: New Mass Effect and next-gen Deus Ex at E3 2014

Posted: 06.05.2014 by Technet2k

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According to an industry insider, this year's E3 in California will be hosting Square Enix and Eidos Montreal's new Deus Ex, which is in the works as a next-gen title. Also present will be BioWare's new Mass Effect.

Ahsan Rasheed confirmed it won't be called Mass Effect 4, something BioWare said previously, but will be subtitled. He's also heard rumblings about Microsoft's plans.

Rumour: BioWare's next Mass Effect due 'next spring'

Posted: 25.04.2014 by Technet2k

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According to Shadow Broker sources from inside BioWare, the next Mass Effect in the works will be traversing the stars sometime next spring. They said to be sure and play the trilogy before then.

Little is known of the next Mass Effect except Shephard is now a 6km long Reaper with millions of husks at his command, sweeping the galaxy for stores to endorse.

Fallen London creator "working in absolute secrecy" with BioWare on project

Posted: 26.02.2014 by Technet2k

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The London-based Failbetter Games has been in secret collusion with BioWare on a too-secret project for the larger studio. The Fallen London creator still can't reveal any specifics at this time.

Apparently it's a Failbetter project "down to its bones," and the studio made the rare exception of accepting work with BioWare. What could they be working on?

Writing romances is opening "Pandora's Box", says BioWare writer David Gaider

Posted: 23.01.2014 by Technet2k

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Dragon Age: Inquisition lead writer David Gaider has discussed the topic of romance in BioWare's RPGs, and how some would be happy if they "just abandoned the effort altogether," but it's tricky.

There are those who enjoy BioWare's tales as much as they do because of romance options, but the team often feels the pressure and always ask 'should we bother?'