Mass Effect 4
 Mass Effect 4 has been in development. (Representational Image)

Upcoming action RPG video game Mass Effect 4, from developer BioWare and publisher EA, is one of the most eagerly anticipated games with a huge fan following. This will also be the first Mass Effect that is going to be made for next generation consoles.

Though BioWare in the past has been generous in letting out tidbits of information about the game, this time the details are a closely guarded secret. Speculations suggest that a few things can be expected during the upcoming E3 2015. 

However a new detail did emerge courtesy BioWare level designer Jos Hendriks. Some days earlier he tweeted teasing some new features in the game.

He spoke about how the Mass Effect 4's combat is challenging, which is completely different from its predecessors; Mass Effect games have usually been rather easy even when set on tougher difficulty levels. 

He tweeted saying, "Well that combat certainly works. I just got my a** handed to me." One fan almost got him to reveal the gun he was using and Hendriks jokes saying, "Nice try."

He also assured that the work was going on and the studio has been fixing some problems.

"Work continues. After fixing a bunch of problems the other day, today I re-double efforts to get some banter and combat implemented," he tweeted.

He further added that these combats are no joke. "I hope the people reviewing my mission in the coming days know their stuff, because these combats are no joke," he noted. 

Mass Effect 4 will be taking in a new area of space unlike its predecessors. It is expected to be shown at E3 2015, though there has been no official confirmation on the same. Fans hope BioWare will showcase a video trailer of the game.

 Dragon Age: Inquisition Story Content in Development

BioWare's popular action RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition has a new Story content in development according to the revelation by Mike Laidlaw, the creative director of BioWare.

He tweeted saying, "The past three days have been filled with that weird intensity that makes game dev kind of addictive. It's a rush when things come together."

So when a fan asked him what he is working on, he went on to reveal, "We're not quite done with story content for DAI just yet."

He confirmed that the Hero of Ferelden will not be appearing in the game. He clarified saying: "I wouldn't work too hard on that particular hope. I do not feel the HOF would work well as an NPC"

Jaws of Hakkon DLC was the last single-player story expansion for Dragon Age Inquisition, which was released in November 2014.

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