The story that’s been unavoidable in the gaming sphere for the past month may finally be coming to an end. BioWare finally revealed the content co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka alluded to last month that will hopefully mollify those gamers who are dissatisfied with Mass Effect 3’s ending.

The DLC, called Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut, will expand the original ending through additional cutscenes and epilogues that will attempt to provide some clarification to the game’s final moments. GamesRadar reports the DLC will release this summer to the inviting price tag of $0.00 (or free, for those of you unfamiliar with money-speak).

Dr. Muzyka explained a bit more about the team’s attempts to appease their disgruntled fans: “Since launch, we have had time to listen to the feedback from our most passionate fans and we are responding. With the Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut we think we have struck a good balance in delivering the answers players are looking for while maintaining the team’s artistic vision for the end of this story arc in the Mass Effect universe.”

What do you think of all this? Glad BioWare is trying to satisfy the community? Bristled that they gave in to angry demands? Ready for this whole debacle to just be over? Let us know!


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  • I’m happy to see this happening. Hopefully it will help explain why certain things happened that were never explained first time around. It could also help fix a couple of plot holes that come up during the final sequence.

    Honestly, this should of been in the game from the beginning. For a series built around relationships with crew members throughout the series it throws that concept out the window at the end. There is no closure at all.

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