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Bioware asks fans to help build a ‘Mass Effect’ memorial wall

Mass Effect
Mass Effect
Photo courtesy of Electronic Arts, used with permission

Bioware is seeking the help of their fans to help decorate the office walls at their Montreal based studio. The developer announced on their official Blog on May 2 that they want gamers to send them anything Mass Effect related so that they can erect a Mass Effect memorial on one of the walls of their offices. As such Bioware is requesting players to send in artwork, fan fiction, or anything else that they can think of that they would like displayed on the developer’s walls.

While Bioware continues work on the fourth entry of the Mass Effect series this is a good way to get fans feeling involved in the process. It also helps keep the series fresh on the minds of gamers even though the developer is keeping very quiet on all details for the upcoming game.

In fact, the only details that are known about the next Mass Effect game is that the franchise will be getting a new protagonist to replace Commander Shepard whose story ended with the conclusion of Mass Effect 3. Who this new character will be remains a mystery. Players could step into the shoes of either a different character from the franchise or take on the role of a brand new character. Since Bioware game’s like to give players a choice for the gender of their playable character, it seems more like that an all-new protagonist will be introduced.

The currently is no expected launch window given for the upcoming Mass Effect title either. It is even completely unknown which systems that the game is currently being developer for. Rumors are currently circulating that Bioware plans to release a HD remake of the original Mass Effect trilogy which will bring the game to the Xbox One and Playstation 4. If this is true, then it would also be likely that the fourth game in the series would also appear on the new generation of consoles.