Taking advantage of the N7 Day – a date that marks the release of Mass Effect -, BioWare released last Tuesday a special video that marks the 10 years of the franchise. In it, figures like Casey Hudson and Cathleen Rootsaert, among many others, reflect what the developer has achieved over the years with the RPG.
As studio officials remember, the Mass Effect series was created with the intention of being a space trilogy with an epic story. From the beginning, BioWare wanted to create a game that kept the progress and choices made by players, always keeping in mind that “the heart” of the franchise is humanity.
Unfortunately, the video commemoration comes at a not very good time for the series. After the sales failure registered by Andromeda, publisher Electronic Arts decided to put the RPG “in the refrigerator,” implying that it will take a few years before the intellectual property can be used again.
BioWare also took the time to release the Mass Effect Archives website, where you can share your experiences with the games with other players. Through an interactive tapestry similar to the one the company made for Dragon Age: Inquisition, gamers can recreate their choices in order to publicly record the trails they track during the Shepard trilogy or the Andromeda galaxy.
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