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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 11:47

Leaked Mass Effect plot details could alter things

Written by David Stellmack

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BioWare is said to be listening to the fans after leak


Mass Effect 3 could be in for some major changes, as BioWare is apparently listening to the feedback from fans after an internal beta version of the game leaked out (and so did the details of the plot).

Since the details of the plot have been revealed, including the proposed ending of the game, BioWare is now altering the script; and it looks as if the leak might have had a positive effect, as many of the changes that are being made are said to be driven by discussions on forums surrounding the plot for Mass Effect 3.

BioWare wants to make the game better and openly admits that this feedback will just add to improving the game.

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