New Mass Effect Concept Art Teases “Stories Yet To Tell”
Even after enduring a multi-year hiatus, the Mass Effect series is still alive and kicking to this day, as evident by the recent N7 Day proceedings. Year after year, the internet’s collective of Mass Ef-fans have gathered to celebrate their favorite galaxy-spanning, squad-assembling, and alien-bedding RPG series, with BioWare often joining the love alongside them. BioWare GM Casey Hudson was one to express his excitement toward the series in a recent social media post, teasing the series still has “so many stories yet to tell.”
Taking to Twitter for the N7 Day occasion, Hudson showed off a collection of stunning concept art from the Mass Effect series, each image showcasing a scene that was unfortunately left on the cutting room floor. The BioWare GM used these works to illustrate the studio’s dedication to the ME series; teasing “so many ideas” they wish to realize, “so much concept art that hasn’t yet been brought to life, and so many stories yet to tell” for a future installment.
— Casey Hudson (@CaseyDHudson) November 7, 2019
Fans are sure to take comfort in the fact that Mass Effect will inevitably move forward, especially as this teased artwork could very well be our first inkling of said next entry. Of course, this hasn’t been the only word on a potential follow-up to 2017’s Mass Effect: Andromeda, as BioWare confirmed the series was indeed alive early this year and further doled out fan service with the reveal of a new Normandy SR-2 collectible as well as Mass Effect-themed skins for Anthem.
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