"Mass Effect 4" is well under development at BioWare, but some interesting photos and a new video were spotted that show off the capabilities the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 may have, once they are released.
According to a report from DSOGaming yesterday, a new fan made video of a "Mass Effect 4" character has been released and it shows off what the Unreal Engine could be pulling off for the next-generation of consoles.
Some of the photos above are of a real-time character that has been created using the Unreal Engine 3, which means there was no CG editing that had been done to the pics.
The pictures show a "Mass Effect" character with various shots of him from different angles, and they all prove how impressive the photos are and what could possibly be coming from next-generation systems.
In addition to those, are some shots of various worlds and locations that may be coming for next-generation games. You can check them all out in the slideshow above.
Some of the more recent talk about "Mass Effect 4," featured Montreal Studio Director Yanick Roy talking about how "Mass Effect 4" is well under development and its technology will come from Frostbite.
"The next 'Mass Effect' game is already in development, driven by the team here in Montreal. This is the goal we have been working toward for years now, and every member of our team is proud, excited, and humbled to take on the responsibility for the next game.
"To ensure a proper and effective transition, we’ll continue to be supported by the Edmonton studio through the game’s development, working with and learning from them on some critical initiatives.
"We all care very much about 'Mass Effect' and make our decisions based on what’s best for the game.
"There is really not much I can tell you about the game right now, except that it will be built with the amazing technology of Frostbite as its foundation, enhanced by many of the systems that the 'Dragon Age III' team has already spent a lot of time building," Roy said.
What do you think about the video and slideshow?