Fans of Mass Effect were disgruntled with the ending in Mass Effect 3 that its makers BioWare had conjured up. They are in fact hoping all that could change with its new game in the offering, Mass Effect: Andromeda, which is currently in development.
BioWare has showered its fans with some hints here and there, using which we have connected the dots. We know that upcoming game will allow players to play as a male or as a female character. Players will be able to navigate and drive Mako, an in-game vehicle.
However, as we already know there will not be Commander Shepard in Andromeda, since the Mass Effect Trilogy ended with Mass Effect 3. Fans were left disappointed since they were not treated to a "happier" ending, though they have played the game since 2007, when the first Mass Effect was released.
Though fans have been upbeat on BioWare heeding to their concerns on having a better ending, a fan posed a question to Chris Wynn, senior development director for Mass Effect: Andromeda if the upcoming game will have "happier ending."
Wynn, however, had this to say: "we will do what we can!"
While this statement does not confirm or deny the possibility of Andromeda having a happy ending, it does reassure fans that the company is seized on the matter and will see to it that the ending is perhaps better than its predecessor.
Andromeda is not a like a reboot of the Mass Effect franchise and will take fans to a new galaxy. It will also feature new characters.
Some reports have suggested a possible "cliffhanger ending" so that fans will be forced to buy its next game. We can, however, only wait up to see what BioWare has to offer this time around.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will be rolling out to PC, PS4 and Xbox One during the 2016 holidays.