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Will there ever be a Mass Effect 4?

Will there ever be a Mass Effect 4?

BioWare has announced that it is currently working on an unnamed, brand-new Mass Effect (which we’ll henceforth refer to as Mass Effect 4). The upcoming RPG looks to be a direct sequel to both Mass Effect 3 and Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Was Mass Effect Andromeda that bad?

There were high hopes for the return of the Mass Effect series when Andromeda was announced, but the game is widely regarded as the worst one. Unfortunately, the game has since become widely regarded as the worst Mass Effect game in the franchise.

Is Mass Effect Andromeda after Mass Effect 3?

Mass Effect: Andromeda takes place just before the Reaper invasion featured in Mass Effect 2. Even though the game does start in the middle of the original Mass Effect trilogy it technically doesn’t officially get going until centuries after the end of Mass Effect 3.

When is the release date for Mass Effect 4?

Since Dragon Age 4 was announced prior to this, and also still has no confirmed release window, it isn’t likely we will see Mass Effect 4 for at least a year or so after that game launches. This could place its release as late as sometime around 2023 or even 2024.

When did the first Mass Effect game come out?

Originally released for the Xbox 360 video game console in 2007, it is the first game of the Mass Effect series. The game takes place within the Milky Way galaxy in the year 2183, where civilization is threatened by a highly advanced machine race known as the Reapers.

Is there a trailer for Mass Effect 4?

So far all we have to work from regarding Mass Effect 4 is the less than two-minute teaser trailer from The Game Awards. We are shown the Milky Way galaxy as the camera zooms in and radio transmissions play out.

When did Mass Effect downloadable content come out?

In 2008 and 2009, two downloadable content packs that introduced new missions to the base game were released. Mass Effect received critical acclaim from video game publications and sold more than one and a half million copies by January 2008.