Very few details about the next new Mass Effect game have been revealed to this point, but BioWare has been dropping hints about what to expect from the new (potential) trilogy since the sequel was announced. BioWare Montreal studio director Yannick Roy has even been discussing the new entry with fans on Twitter.
The ending of Mass Effect 3 was one of the most divisive in recent gaming history, with extremely dedicated fans filling in on both sides of the fence. The way the trilogy ended wasn't always what was envisioned though, as former BioWare employee, and writer on Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, Drew Karpyshyn explained.
'Mass Effect 3,' the immensely popular third installment of the video game series, sold about 1.3 million copies across all gaming platforms within its first month and quickly became the year's bestselling video game. So it only makes sense that Legendary Entertainment would want to adapt this hit video game for the big screen. The studio first picked up the rights to the project back in 2008, but now they're finally moving forward with it, having picked up a new writer to pen the script.