The Team at BioWare Goes Back to the Beginning of the First MASS EFFECT in a Nostalgic Tweet
Mechanic: Bartosz Sobczak
Category: Action-Adventure Games
There's really no point in arguing over the fact that BioWare's Mass Effect is one of the most memorable and emotional trilogies in the wonderful world of gaming — and many players would probably love to revisit the first instalment in a remastered edition.
While nothing has been officially confirmed just yet, chances are that the Canadian developer shares the same sentiments — as the studio recently posted a short video on Twitter, and what do you know — said footage is all about the classic's opening crawl and Jack Wall & Sam Hulick's otherworldly soundtrack.
As a reminder, Mass Effect used to be one of the most prominent series is EA's portfolio — as over 14 million units of the original games had been sold worldwide.
Given that we live in the age of endless remakes and remasters, it wouldn't be completely shocking to see EA announcing a re-imagined and modernised version of 2007's Mass Effect (maybe even for next-gen consoles) in the not-too-distant future.
Furthermore, re-introducing the first Mass Effect would be a pretty smart decision on the publisher's part — as its good sales could finally prove that BioWare's original universe is profitable once again and Andromeda was nothing more but a quick, irrelevant detour in the grand scheme of things.