We could be looking at a potential return of Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer.
Project Director Mac Walters confirmed in an interview that Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer might come back in the future. This return, although will depend on the demand of the multiplayer. Mass Effect Legendary Edition was released a few days ago, and it is already doing great. In fact, this is not surprising since it is one of the best Trilogies to exist to date.
Mac Walters did not deny the possible return of Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer in the interview. He rather added, “I would never say no to that — we want to see what kind of reception the Legendary Edition gets and what the demand for the multiplayer is”, Walters said. “And then we’ll ask ourselves if we have the resources and time to bring it up to the quality level we and fans want”.
He further added that they decided to hold out the multiplayer in the legendary edition because it was too much to handle at once. They want to see the response on the game itself and then decide if working on the multiplayer was going to be worth it or not since it will take a lot of effort to make it.
Mass Effect 3′ multiplayer was also a portal through which gamers were able to play co-op together. Thanks to the multiplayer mode, players got rewards due to the Galaxy War System. Moreover, players playing together also affects the outcome of the story in Mass Effect 3.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a cross-gen title for both Xbox and PlayStation. The game is also available on PC, and it can run at up to 120 FPS on Xbox Series X. The game also supports 4K resolution and 60 FPS on PS5. Furthermore, if you were a fan of this series since the very start, it is still worth checking out in 2021.