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BioWare Teases Next Mass Effect, New IP

Posted on Monday, June 9 @ 12:41:23 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
During Electronic Arts' E3 media briefing, BioWare revealed a teaser, hinting at what's next for fans of the Mass Effect franchise. As expected, it's being developed for next-gen hardware.



But that's not all BioWare had to share, as the studio also announced that the Edmonton team is working on a brand-new IP that has yet to be announced. We don't know exactly what it will be just yet, but knowing BioWare, it will have a compelling narrative and memorable characters.
 
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