by Gabe Carey
Update: The source has confirmed to me that yesterday’s meeting at BioWare was not about the next Mass Effect game, but rather it was held to further motivate employees to focus on getting work done.
While speaking with an inside source at BioWare, who wishes to remain anonymous, B-TEN has received word that Mass Effect 4 is not only in development, but it has been scheduled for a release window of next spring. While discussing alternative matters with this employee, the discussion was concluded with, “Also if I was you, I’d get to playing the mass effect trilogy before next spring…”
As this person had earlier confirmed his work on the next installment of the Mass Effect franchise, it can be assumed that this release date coincides with that project in particular. There has been no release window officially confirmed by the company, but the employee also told us that BioWare will not comment on this report, and that EA refuses to respond to rumor or speculation.
When I asked whether or not I could publish this report online, his exact response was, “You are allowed to report any information you see fit. BioWare won’t comment on it, and EA will state they don’t comment on rumor or speculation. The choice is yours, I simply provided you with a tease,” followed by “Sorry for the delay, haven’t been on all day. Work didn’t want any online presence today for us, for good reason.” This delayed response that was sent late last night could imply that a company meeting was held further discussing the details of the next Mass Effect game. Hopefully, this means we’ll be receiving much more information in regards to the game at this year’s E3 press conference, which is set to take place from June 10th – 12th.
Details were leaked on Monday by gaming insider Shinobi602, via Twitter, that something very nice is coming late next year, advising gamers not to be afraid, and suspiciously using the hashtag, #PS4.
More information related to Mass Effect will be reported as it is received. In the meantime, please stay tuned to B-TEN.
Gabe Carey is editor-in-chief at B-TEN.com.
When he’s not writing in third-person, he’s usually sleeping, eating, or breathing.
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