Mass Effect 4 is back in news and this time it is due to a job listing that does more to confirm a feature that was only speculated until now. So we finally know that BioWare will be developing a multiplayer mode for its next Mass Effect.
In a recent job listing that was tweeted out by Chris Wynn, senior development director that said, "Things are getting real now and I need an excellent Producer to come shape online for the next Mass Effect... "
However, in the comments from fans, many have indicated their displeasure with BioWare for this suggestion. One fan said, it was a "very bad idea" and said that everyone did not want to have an online feature. But some were happy that this feature is being added to Mass Effect 4.
Though the tweet itself is no indication of the multiplayer component, but the job listing posted in French does: The translated version via Polygon reads, "Create and champion the vision of the multi-player, connected experiences and online features of the game which respects the project leadership goals and be accountable for the quality targets and the results achieved."
Previously, Aaryn Flynn, the general manager said in a NeoGAF forum that the game will be making use of the technology from Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Other leaks have indicated that the game will be massive in size and scale. It was also revealed that about 200 developers were working on its production. The leak also indicated that Mass Effect 4 will be rolling out in 2016.
However, there is no official confirmation on the release dates or any production details on Mass Effect 4 from BioWare as yet.