Yesterday was a very important day for fans of the Mass Effect franchise, as the Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut DLC was finally released to the masses mostly everyone. The Extended Cut was made to fill in plot-holes and provide further exposition within the game’s ending; an ending that many fans felt was not up to par with the series standards to date. So far, response to the Extended Cut has seemingly been positive.
BioWare producer, Mike Gamble, tweeted yesterday to his fans, teasing an outlook of much more DLC on the horizon. “Would now be a good time to talk about how we’re doing more DLC in the future?” he asked, concluding by promising fans that his statement was, “a trick question. We’ll save the future DLC for future chats. Don’t worry though, there’s much more.”
Gamble notoriously claimed on Twitter in the early days after the game’s release that if fans knew what BioWare really had in store, they would hold on to their copies of Mass Effect 3 forever. With his current statement, the developer may be aiming to uphold that promise.