It looks like BioWare accidentally confirmed the return of a key character in the next Mass Effect

 

It looks like BioWare accidentally confirmed the return of a key character in the next Mass Effect


BioWare has begun selling a physical lithograph of its N7 Day poster promoting the next Mass Effect game. Although there are quite a few questions left, one of them seems to have been answered in the official product description. It currently reads:


The Reaper threat may have been eliminated, but at the cost of great loss, including to Earth itself. While the survivors are left to pick up the pieces, fans are left wondering what will happen next.


However, as YouTuber MrHulthen pointed out in a recent video, it was originally said, "While Shepard and the survivors are left picking up the pieces, fans are left wondering what will happen next." The Commander's fate at the end of Mass Effect 3 was left somewhat open, and BioWare hasn't confirmed if he'll return for the sequel. Perhaps this part of the description was a mistake; at worst, it's a huge spoiler that was revealed too soon.



It is interesting to note the rest of the description of the lithograph, namely:

Krogan and his team of 4 go to a geth-shaped crater with a ship resembling the Normandy.
The identity of this krogan, or even the asari accompanying them, is still the subject of much speculation, even if many fans believe the latter to be the returned Liara T'Soni.

While BioWare said its teams are doing "an incredible job," the next Mass Effect is still a long way off.

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