Mass Effect and Dragon Age to Get “Long-Term” Support From Bioware

February 8, 2010 by Thomas Mulrooney  

We may have already known that Bioware was planning more content for Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2 (and, of course, we already have some, but it’s always nice to hear it repeated just so they don’t forget.

“We like to support our games long-term,” BioWare founder Muzyka told IGN.“Our fans are really important to us, and we try and support them. We have long-term plans for both Dragon Age and Mass Effect.”

Just how long is long-term though?

“We have a separate team running in parallel as part of the franchise team,” he added. “You know, people are moving back and forth, but we’ve made a dedicated investment in DLC for Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so we’re going to support them for a long time.”

“Stand alone products, expansion packs, things like that as well.”

So, if you love Dragon Age and Mass Effect (just like I do) we’re going to get even more content to try and satisfy our appetite for these epic universes.

Check out the rest of the interview here, which concentrates on the future of Mass Effect and other Bioware franchises.

Comments

One Comment on "Mass Effect and Dragon Age to Get “Long-Term” Support From Bioware"

  1. Ivan Cronyn on Tue, 9th Feb 2010 12:57 pm 

    Long-term support for Mass Effect 2 is exactly what Bioware promised for the first version of the game. They didn’t deliver.

    This time I’m not taking them on their word, I want to see regular high-quality value-for-money content before I trust them.

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