'Mass Effect' Latest News & Updates: Trilogy Remaster Coming Soon? EA Explains 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' No-Show

By Anne Caballo , Updated Aug 19, 2016 12:00 AM EDT
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Electronic Arts may just dropped some clue for a remaster of the first three games of the "Mass Effect" soon.

According to the executive vice president of EA, Patrick Soderlund, in an interview by Game Informer at E3 2015 that their company has been looking ahead for new projects instead of going back for remasters.

But recently, things have turned upside down as EA is now considering on making remasters. And out of so many games they have had, "Mass Effect" series have the strongest demand from the public,

In a recent interview with Soderlund by the same site during Gamescom, he did not directly confirm that there will be any remasters happening, but he hinted that they are currently looking at the possibilities of making one following the steps of their fellow publisher Activision and other successful companies.

According to Mobile & Apps, Soderlund have said that the fans have changed their minds. He said that there were already fans asking for a remaster before but now there are even more fans which they consider as a clear evidence that this is something that people really want.

Fans have been asking for a remaster for the first three "Mass Effect" games to have a remaster, and EA wants to make sure they get it right before considering to have one. Soderlund explained further that a remaster is something you can just do but he really wants to make sure that if ever they are making one, they will do it well that fans will feel so much better playing the same game in its new shape and form.

He also added that they are currently focusing on their games "Titanfall 2" and "Battlefield 1" this year that is why EA is not showing any update about "Mass Effect: Andromeda."

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