BioWare Apologizes For Mass Effect 3 Ending, Will Change In April
Posted on Wednesday, March 21 @ 14:39:09 Eastern by Nicholas Tan
Co-founder of BioWare, Dr. Ray Muyzka, has written an open letter on their official blog to Mass Effect 3 fans that apologizes for its ending and promises that changes will be made in April.
So it seems I was right on time with my Mass Effect 3 feature today. There are legitimate arguments on both sides of the issue, and BioWare will be considering both of that. But I know that everyone's been pelted with opinions on the game's ending ever since it released more than several weeks ago. After writing the feature, I don't really want to talk about it anymore. (I'm also running out of Mass Effect 3 images.)
Still, short of posting Dr. Ray Muyzka's entire response, we have condensed his letter to the main highlights:
The only remaining question is whether they'll provide this revised ending as free DLC. I think it's important it's an optional download, not a patch, because some players don't mind the original ending. I also hope that the cost of the DLC is low or simply free, so that it doesn't seem that we're exorbitantly paying for their admitted mistake. Let's just hope that the second ending is strong enough that I won't have to write a feature on how terrible it is.
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