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The Mako Will Make a Return in Mass Effect 4

Posted on Sunday, July 27 @ 02:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
The infamous vehicle from the original Mass Effect will be making a return in the series' next entry, developer BioWare announced during its panel at Comic-Con.

That's right, the Mako is making its glorious return in Mass Effect 4.

"We're playing around with a bunch of different physics for the Mako," producer Mike Gamble said during the panel, according to The Escapist. "The thing that we have to do is make sure it is as responsive as possible. We've learned a thing or two over the years."

The studio also confirmed that players will be able to customize the Mako and that exploration will play a much more significant part of the overall experience this time around. "If you're going to be spending a lot of time in vehicles in places, they should reflect you as a player," Gamble added.

There's still a lot we don't know about this new Mass Effect game, like who it'll star and when it'll be set. Hopefully BioWare will answer these questions (and more) soon.

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