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BioWare Surveying Fans for Mass Effect 4, More Info Coming at Comic-Con

Posted on Tuesday, July 15 @ 07:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
BioWare is currently looking to its fans for input on Mass Effect 4, as the game's producer, Mike Gamble, posted a link to a survey on Twitter regarding the next chapter in the studio's sci-fi epic.
 

The survey attempts to gage gamers' familiarity with the series, also inquiring what aspects of the game players are most looking forward to. There's also a question about role-playing elements, namely which among them (leveling, exploration, customization, etc.) are most important to you the player.

We still know very little about what's next for the Mass Effect franchise, as EA's E3 media briefing offered little by way of tangible information. 
 
Fortunately, however, we're supposed to hear more during a panel at Comic-Con called "Charting a Course: Developing the Next Mass Effect." The panel will be held on July 26th, where "panelists [will] share their experiences in shaping the next Mass Effect game with new possibilities while staying true to the critically acclaimed series." Get excited.
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