Mass Effect 4 merch teases Shepard’s possible return

It has been five years since a mass effect Game came out and more than ten since a decent mass effect game came out. Now it’s becoming more and more likely that BioWare intends to bring players back to the Milky Way by developing a sequel set based on the events of the third game.

Recently, the official BioWare store released a concept poster for the as yet untitled mass effect Game. According to a YouTuber who goes by the username MrHulthen, the product description originally included a reference to Shepard, seemingly confirming that the legendary galactic hero is making a comeback after the cataclysmic events of Mass Effect 3.

Here’s what the original description reportedly read:

“The show continues. Shepard’s final quest may have ended the Reapers menace, but at a great cost, including Earth itself. As Shepard and the survivors must pick up the pieces, fans wonder what comes next.”

And here’s what BioWare changed, albeit a little late:

“The Reaper menace could have been ended, but at a cost, including Earth itself. As survivors pick up the pieces, fans wonder what comes next.”

It’s unclear if this was an accidental glitch or just someone from BioWare teasing fans about Shepard’s possible return after giving up his life to save the galaxy from the Reaper menace Mass Effect 3.

The first teaser trailer for mass effect 4 has already confirmed Liara’s return and has been looking for a member of the N7 task force. Well, I don’t know about you, but apart from James Vega, there aren’t many N7 officers that Dr. T’Soni would actively seek out, let alone attempt to dig in deep snow.

In any case, the renowned Canadian RPG developer is currently focused on his endeavors dragon age 4although development on the next installment in their best-selling sci-fi franchise also continues at a somewhat lackluster pace.

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Brian Lowry

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