PS4 and Xbox One versions of Mass Effect trilogy discussed internally at BioWare
BioWare's Aaryn Flynn has revealed that they are considering bringing the Mass Effect Trilogy to next-gen consoles.
In response to a fan question on Twitter Flynn, who is the GM for BioWare's Edmonton and Montreal studios revealed that there has been discussions at the RPG developer on remastering the trilogy for PS4 and Xbox One.
Flynn said, “We have discussed that internally. If we can put solid plans together we'll share. Great to hear you're keen”. Interestingly enough he looped in BioWare Montreal studio director Yannick Roy in his response. Bioware Montreal are the team handling the new Mass Effect game.
BioWare are currently hard at work on the next Mass Effect game so it's entirely possible that, if the original trilogy is to come next-gen consoles, it will probably be outsourced to another developer. This will be likely to be Edge Of Reality who handled the console versions of Dragon Age: Origins and the PS3 version of Mass Effect.
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