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[Updated] Australian PC Mag Outs Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer with Cover

Posted on Monday, October 10 @ 12:38:00 PST by

I don't know what to think about Mass Effect 3's oft-rumored, essentially guaranteed multiplayer mode. Is it deathmatch? Is it like a Horde-esque mode? What is it?

It'd sure be nice if EA and Bioware would just talk to us about it, seeing as nearly everyone else is. This week it's PC PowerPlay magazine from the land where toilets don't flush right... also Madster. The cover states plainly:

Multiplayer Comes to Mass Effect 3
Fight alongside your friends as the galaxy goes to war!

Multiplayer as in more than one human controlling a character in action? Multiplayer as in dialogue battles? Multiplayer as in there's more than two party members with me when I'm out on a mission? PC PowerPlay continues with a description on its website:

We travel to BioWare's office in Edmonton for hands-on time with the series' first foray into online gameplay, and chat with Mass Effect Series Producer and Mass Effect 3 Project Director Casey Hudson about the decision to go multiplayer in the epic battle for the galaxy.

I'd imagine one of the questions Casey had to answer was "Why?" Without having played this supposed multiplayer mode ourselves, we'll have to withhold judgement.

But... didn't Anthony visit with EA and a ton of their titles in Vegas just two weeks ago?


Official Xbox Magazine decided to spill the beans on their cover as well. (See below.)

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