BioWare announces Mass Effect 3 extended cut
Update available for download across all formats for no extra charge.
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Thursday 12 April 2012
BioWare has announced details of a free content pack that will expand upon the hotly debated events at the end of their space-based saga as additional cinematics and epilogue scenes set to ‘give fans seeking further clarity to the ending of Mass Effect 3 deeper insights into how their personal journey concludes’.
Coming this summer, the Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut will be available for download across all formats for no extra charge.
‘We are all incredibly proud of Mass Effect 3 and the work done by Casey Hudson and the team,’ said Dr. Ray Muzyka, Co-Founder of BioWare and General Manager of EA’s BioWare Label. ‘Since launch, we have had time to listen to the feedback from our most passionate fans and we are responding. With the Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut we think we have struck a good balance in delivering the answers players are looking for while maintaining the team’s artistic vision for the end of this story arc in the Mass Effect universe.’
Casey Hudson, Executive Producer of the Mass Effect series added, ‘We have reprioritised our post-launch development efforts to provide the fans who want more closure with even more context and clarity to the ending of the game, in a way that will feel more personalised for each player.’
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