Mass Effect, Dragon Age to get “long-term” support with “standalone products, expansion packs”

By Patrick Garratt
8 February 2010 20:21 GMT


When BioWare goes, it goes large. If you’re currently praying for another 40,000 hours of Dragon Age and Mass Effect content, fear not: Dr Ray’s got you covered.

“We like to support our games long-term,” BioWare founder Muzyka told IGN.

“Our fans are really important to us, and we try and support them. We have long-term plans for both Dragon Age and Mass Effect.”

And when he says “support”, that’s what he means. Support. Products. Games. Not some bloody costume for €4.23 on PSN.

“We have a separate team running in parallel as part of the franchise team,” he added. “You know, people are moving back and forth, but we’ve made a dedicated investment in DLC for Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so we’re going to support them for a long time.

“Stand alone products, expansion packs, things like that as well.”

BioWare’s just shipped Mass Effect 2 to the ejaculatory thrill of pretty much everyone, from the look of it, so you should be pleased. Be pleased, why don’t you.

There’s a full interview through there.

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