21 Mar

In a post over on the BioWare blog, studio founder Ray Muzyka has responded to the criticism surrounding the ending of Mass Effect 3. More details concerning his response are included after the jump.

Though Muzyka defends the choices that have been made by the development team at artistic freedom, he states that executive producer “Casey Hudson and the team are hard at work on a number of game content initiatives that will help answer the questions, providing more clarity for those seeking further closure to their journey.” No details regarding these initiatives have been shared yet, and more information regarding these can be expected to arrive in April.

What do you Elder-Geeks think? Is BioWare right to address the feedback so directly, or do you think that criticism shouldn’t have such a prominent role in the development of future content?

One thought on “BioWare to Address Mass Effect 3 Ending Concerns”

  1. It is right to address concerns about the title, but they should do what CD Projekt is doing with TW2 and releasing free content that extends the ending to make more sense (also releasing new content that takes place before the main game; but that will never happen with ME3). They will probably charge for the content to get answers, but I would be absolutely shocked if it was free to show some good faith towards the community.

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