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New ‘Mass Effect’ video game development update posted

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Aaryn Flynn has provided a new update in regards to the tentatively-titled “Mass Effect 4.” According to a report from Dual Shockers on Dec. 18, the general manager at the main Edmonton branch of Bioware disclosed that he recently got some hands-on time with a playable demo of the next installment from the popular franchise.

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Aaryn Flynn was impressed with what he played describing the video game as ambitious, beautiful and fresh. He also reassured fans of the “Mass Effect” series that the new title should be recognizable and fun. You can take a look at his impressions below:

Great time playing the next Mass Effect game in Montreal. Ambitious. Beautiful. Fresh but recognizable. And fun!

The next “Mass Effect” video game was announced in late 2012. However, several representatives from the company heavily hinted that it may not be called “Mass Effect 4” as the original storyline from the first three games have been concluded. The development team also hinted at significant gameplay changes.

The new video game is currently in production at the Montreal branch of Bioware, the same group that is also working on “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” The team is expected to use various role-playing tools added to the Frostbite 3 engine during the development of the next “Dragon Age” title for “Mass Effect 4.” As a result, fans may not have to wait too long for in between the two releases from Bioware.

You can find a few “Mass Effect 3” in the slideshow to the left of this article.

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