Bioware GM Releases Statement To Fans, Talks About Studio’s Future, Where They Are Now

The Bioware that took the industry by storm with dragon era and Mass effect is not the same Bioware from today. After the huge disappointment that was Hymn, they are slowly turning things around.

New General Manager Gary McKay wrote so much to fans in one statement published on Bioware’s website. He focuses on what the past year has been like while he took over, what the studio is like amid the pandemic and of course plans for the future.

The release of the Legendary Mass Effect Edition has certainly given a good shine to a series that certainly deserves it. However, now fans are looking to what’s next Mass Effect and mentioned earlier dragon era.

Both franchises are ready for new games, both of which are now in development. The pandemic has of course slowed them down like everyone else, but those problems are largely behind them.

According to McKay, they have set up a new remote working structure and are looking at what a future hybrid model might look like.

As far as updates on the upcoming Mass effect and dragon era spell, McKay had this to say:

“And of course we will continue to work hard on the next iterations of dragon era and Mass effect. i see what incredible work of both teams. If you’re curious about Mass Effect, I suggest you take a look at the poster we released on N7 Day.

If you look closely, there are a handful of hidden treats; by my count, there are at least five surprises, all of which point to a great future in the Mass effect universe. As for Dragon Age, we have an experienced group of talented developers working on the next version of the franchise.

We’re focused on a single player experience based on choices that matter.”

So now it’s definitely time to hit the studio, the poster said, as we wait for what hopefully won’t be too long to find out more. It would be nice if they have a little teaser for both by the end of the year.

But if they need more time, they should take it. Bringing both franchises back into the modern gaming fold is a big deal. Both games could very well be a new springboard in the west RPGs.

With that kind of pressure, it’s best that they take all the time they want. We’ve all seen what can happen if you rush things.

Source – [Bioware]