Ahead of the launch of Mass Effect Andromeda, the executive vice president of Electronic Arts Patrick Soderlund shared his thoughts about the Mass Effect series remaster. During the EA Gamescom 2016 conference, he said that the company is actively looking at the possibility of bringing remastered version of the games.
EA is aware of fans? requests and Soderlund also admitted that the demand for remasters is increasing. Citing the example of fellow game publisher Activision, EA?s executive vice president told Game Informer that fans can expect a similar move from EA in the future.
Soderlund was asked whether the company will bring Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster, which has already been rumoured multiple times. He said that EA needs to choose the right brand at the right time. If EA brings any such remasters, the company would work on delivering a better experience for the same game, he added.
Meanwhile, EA once again assured those waiting for the Mass Effect Andromeda release that the game is on track. Many fans are concerned about the absence of a gameplay showcase from the company. EA suggested that players will have their first look at some gameplay very soon. Soderlund said that he has also played the game for a few hours and there is nothing to worry about the development progress.
Currently, EA is focusing on their upcoming releases for October to December. The company will shift its focus to Mass Effect Andromeda after launching this year?s games. It means that fans may have to wait until early 2017 for more information on Mass Effect Andromeda..
EA has already confirmed its lineup of games which include Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Madden 17, NHL 17 FIFA 17 and more. If Mass Effect Andromeda will have a multiplayer mode, there are chances that it will have a beta sometime around the holiday season as the game is scheduled for a March 2017 release.