Mass Effect 4 Creative Director Responds to Fans Suggestions
Yesterday, BioWare creative director Mac Walters took to Twitter to ask fans about what they wanted to see in the upcoming Mass Effect 4.
There was no shortage of suggestions made by fans, with Walters responding actively to the good ones. The suggestions jump from new features to revamped systems, gameplay in general to improved activities.
Walters apparently may even consider some of them based on his re-tweets. He agreed that Mass Effect 4 needs side missions that are not hollow and have their own ongoing stories. He was most pleased with the suggestion of “more galactic mysteries to investigate, like Leviathan.”
Aside that there was discussion over a Nightmare difficulty mode, an extensive ability to modify your character’s appearance during the story’s progression, the Nemesis system from Shadow of Mordor and the War Table setup from Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Elsewhere Walters mentioned that they still haven’t decided on a title for the game. The team at the moment just refers to it plainly as Mass Effect.
BioWare has been fairly active this year, boasting on Twitter about how beautiful the game is looking. That leads us to hope that there’s a chance we get to see the game in action at E3 this year.
While still a daunting task, since development is not complete, any sort of appearance would be appreciated by its fan-base.