5 ways the Mass Effect franchise should continue as a video game

5 ways the Mass Effect franchise should continue as a video game

Mass Effect Andromeda could have been one of the best RPGs ever, but sadly the game never realizes its full potential.

In a video to mark N7 Day (below), in which certain BioWare staffers and General Manager Casey Hudson discuss what N7 Day means to them, Hudson teases that it means "coming into the studio every day, and dreaming about what the next Mass Effect game will be".

That's why for this annual N7 Day holiday (November 7. get it?), we wanted to explore a few ways BioWare can make another video game in the same universe. This year, BioWare released a video celebrating Mass Effect and its fandom.

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Then he stares right into the camera for a long moment as he sips from a Mass Effect mug with the famous Commander Shepard line, "I Should Go", stenciled on the side.

And let's not beat around the bush: we have Mass Effect: Andromeda to thank for that. There has been no official announcement yet, but the Microsoft Store and the official Xbox One X enhanced list both mention it now and several users have already received the Update (1.68GB in size).

It's no secret that Mass Effect has an incredibly passionate fanbase, and we're sure plenty of the BioWare faithful will be treating today with more positivity than us - and that's great.

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