Do you feel that? That’s the rumbling of the Mass Effect 3 hype train, and with the release less than a month away it’s running at full steam. A demo for the upcoming space opera has released on all platforms, and now ME3 executive producer Casey Hudson is making sure to tell us to expect plenty of post-release support for the title.
“We are going to be supporting Mass Effect 3 for quite some time, because I think people are going to have a lot of fun with multiplayer, and we’ll be supporting that with new content as we go forward,” Hudson said in an interview with CVG.
“We also have a really good DLC plan, like we had for Mass Effect 2, so there will be new adventures and new things to do. Then, beyond that, we’ll just have to wait and see.”
The interview is rather lengthy and touches on a number of other aspects of Mass Effect 3, such as the role EA’s Origin service plays in the PC version, gameplay changes from ME2, and plans for the franchise across other mediums; Mass Effect fans would do well to read it here.