BioWare working on new content for Mass Effect 3 ending
BioWare, the studio behind smash-hit videogame "Mass Effect 3" on Monday announced that it would offer new content to allow enthusiastic fans to play the game beyond its current finish.
The popular game's executive producer, Casey Hudson, said the company was receiving feedback from players that the game’s was too bleak. He confirmed that the company was working on new content that would allow players to experience a happier ending. The new content would be made available to download online.
Making the announcement, Hudson said, "We'll keep listening, because your insights and constructive feedback will help determine what that content should be. This is not the last you'll hear of Commander Shepard.”
The announcement came following an online campaign calling for changes to the ending of the science fiction action trilogy.
The online campaign, “Demand a Better Ending for Mass Effect 3”, logged more than 42,000 "likes" by Monday, while a "@RetakeME3" account on micro-blogging site Twitter gained 4,528 followers.
Originally rolled out in 2007, the concluding installment in the "Mass Effect" trilogy was launched on 5th of March.