Mass Effect, experience polyamory thanks to this mod

Mass Effect, experience polyamory thanks to this mod

Mass Effect

Between saving the entire galaxy and trying to keep some fish alive, Mass Effect Commander Shepard has a pretty full agenda. Despite everything, however, our hero finds the time to have a rather intrigued love life. In fact, in the trilogy developed by BioWare, we will be able to carry on various relationships up to the crucial point in which we will have to choose only one partner before the potential end of the universe. However, if all life forms were on the verge of extinction, would we really let jealousy and boring monogamy stop us?

Now, thanks to the recently released Poly-Romance mod for Mass Effect 3, we will no longer ask ourselves this dilemma. The Nexus user elizabethnessie, in fact, made sure that the crew of the Normandy could connect romantically without generating internal conflicts. This means that you can legitimately make love with anyone who is available to Shepard, instead of having to give up on relationships to pursue others. The mod works by allowing other love stories to continue, even if they would be blocked by others.| ); }

I Mass Effect modders have found a new lease of life since the release of the Legendary Edition (coming soon for free with Prime Gaming) last year. Much of their work has, of course, revolved around the game's iconic love stories. In addition, the Legendary Edition allows for faster editing of audio files, since it includes a lot of unused lines of text in the original trilogy. For this reason, it turned out to be quite simple to make this kind of mod.

Mass Effect 4 Release Date May Be Closer Than We Thought

The release date of the next Mass Effect game -- called Mass Effect 4 by some, Mass Effect 5 by others -- may be closer than we thought and closer than BioWare has led on. The next installment in the sci-fi RPG series was announced back on N7 day (November 7) in 2020. The assumption was it began development around this time. If this assumption is true, the game has been in development for less than two years. And if this is true, then the game is still at least a few years off. That said, it looks like the highly-anticipated game may have begun development much earlier than this.

Over on YouTube, MrHulthen points out that the LinkedIn page of Michael Gamble -- Project Director at BioWare -- claims that he's been working on the game since March 2019. If this date is accurate, it means the game has been in development for over three years at this point, much longer than previously thought. 

Now, this could be a mistake, but if it is a mistake, it's a very random and strange mistake. If the game did begin development back in March 2019 that's a considerable amount of time to spend in pre-production, as it didn't enter full production until this April. Long periods in pre-production are often not a good thing, but two years is right on the edge of qualifying as worrying. 

It's also worth noting that recently the development of BioWare games has been all over the place and plagued with numerous issues, which means it's tricky to extrapolate meaningful information from insights like the one discovered by MrHulthen. 

For now, take everything here with a grain of salt as it all ranges from unofficial to purely speculative. At the moment of publishing, none of the implicated parties have commented or acknowledged any of this. If this changes, we will be sure to update the story accordingly.

Right now, the priority at BioWare is shipping Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. And when you consider the fact that this won't happen until late next year at the earliest, it could be a while before we get a very meaningful update about the next Mass Effect game.

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