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Thursday, 01 May 2014 10:45

Mass Effect 4 development continues

Written by David Stellmack

Still on track for October 2015 estimated release

As we told you about Mass Effect 4 the other day, development on the 4th installment continues. Word is now surfacing that Bioware Montreal is “somewhere in the middle” or the half-way point of the development effort we have now learned.

According to the latest we are seeing, it would seem that Bioware Montreal is on track to make an estimated October of 2015 release. While the October 2015 release date is only an estimated release time frame at this point, it does give fans and idea of when to expect the fourth installment in the franchise.

As far as the game itself goes, we know that it still does not yet have a title and we have no idea if it is an actual sequel to the previous Mass Effect releases or it is a new prequel to the series. We do know that Mass Effect 4 is being built using the Frostbite 2 engine.

Rumors content that the game is in a playable state and we suspect that we will be hearing much more about it at E3 in June. Read more about what we know so far here at Eurogamer.

 

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