Is a remaster of the Mass Effect trilogy finally on the way? Many will consider this after Bioware has released a cryptic tweet related to the opening of the first Mass Effect game, signaling a return to the popular Shepard trilogy.
The clip runs 1:38 minutes of the introduction to the text from the original Mass Effect game from 2007 on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, which describes the "incredible technology" that is the "travel to the furthest." distant stars "before creating a cover photo and cover art. But that's not all.
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What are mass relays? interconnected portal systems that enable Shepard – and the other civilizations he encounters – to move around the cosmos. The relays are relics of an ancient civilization that you can use to jump from one relay to the next. This is mentioned in the introduction above.
It's a bit strange to quote the in-game transport system – and if we are open-minded, something else could come up to you. Maybe a Pokémon Go-like AR game where you're going from season to season (like from gym to gym) on a light shooter / storytelling adventure? A terrible roller coaster ride in Disneyland (since Disney will eventually own everything)? We hope not in either case.
A remaster seems to be the most likely outcome, but the headlines surrounding organic goods have not been particularly good in recent years and the big bet the company made (and lost) on Anthem puts it in a precarious state Position in today's game market.
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A remaster of his masterful science fiction trilogy could be a very good thing for the developer, who has the trust of fans after the poorly received mass Effect lost something: Andromeda was brought to the retail store, even though it was still full of bugs – although many saw the company's focus on the (also poorly received) hymn as the reason for the Mass Effect. The title did not have the resources and the development time that he needed so much.
A brand new Mass Effect adventure would be a risk for organic goods, but would get the chance to revise the older games – with updated graphics, some of them well-oiled mechanics and a wallop of nostalgia – might be just the thing for you Organic goods back in our good books.