Since the trilogy’s closure in 2012 with the release of Mass Effect 3, rumors have swirled endlessly on a current-gen rerelease of The Mass Effect Trilogy, and while Bioware doesn’t have anything new to report (yet) on today’s celebrations for N7 Day on a re-release, they do intend to hear fan feedback on what they can work toward with the re-release.
Bioware Edmonton and and Montreal general manager Aaryn Flynn took to Twitter sharing that while Bioware doesn’t have news regarding current-gen releases of the Mass Effect titles, Flynn did open a forum for those on NeoGAF to discuss what they would like to see from a new release of the titles (other than a revised ending to Mass Effect 3).
Specifically, Flynn’s post on the NeoGAF forums mentioned:
The thing I’d love to hear from people is what you’d like to have in such an experience. For me (personal opinion, and based on what people have told me many times before):
– 60 fps
– High res textures, especially on ME1
– Some shader improvements commensurate with newer GPUs
– All the DLC
– “Seamless experience” – the adventures flow into each other without having to go back to save import, menu screens, etc.
Flynn elaborated that this merely a “wish list” at this point in time, but does open up the possibilities to fan feedback on other features that they would like to see in a revised edition of the Mass Effect series on current-gen platforms.
Looking forward to #N7Day14! Unfortunately we have no news about the Mass Effect Trilogy coming to new consoles. When we do we'll share ASAP
— Aaryn Flynn (@AarynFlynn) November 6, 2014