November 7, 2017 — a landmark day for millions of people. Some celebrated the 100th anniversary of the October revolution, others were happy to start selling the Xbox One X, and others raised a glass in honor of N7 Day — a holiday dedicated to Mass Effect. Less than two weeks later, on 20 November, the cult series will be 10 years old. The company BioWare, who created the legendary RPG and one of the main coooper in the history of the games, congratulated the gamers and with the holiday, and with the upcoming anniversary of the franchise.
In a festive video, the people who had a hand in Mass Effect, said that, in their opinion, the universe made ME so popular and beloved by millions. Developers, artists, actors, presenters and other employees of BioWare has shared interesting stories about creating games, design, the Normandy, and the N7 armor and colorful alien dialects. They also expressed hope that Mass Effect will be fine.
“This year the Mass Effect series turns 10 years old. During this time we have found friends, fell in love and went to new galaxies. The community has grown, the universe of Mass Effect does not leave anyone indifferent: gamers wore the insignia of N7 and told us stories about their unique Shepard and Riders. This another N7 Day, we remember the tremendous journey that we have travelled with you, and will also summarize the first decade of Mass Effect. Thank you for taking us to the stars and beyond. The trip was made — upload. Now we can’t wait to see what the future holds,” reads the official appeal of BioWare.
The latest game in the Mass Effect series, bearing the subtitle, Andromeda, was released in March 2017 and was cool encountered critics and gamers. Many were distressed by the lack of favorite characters, the other did not like the revised concept of the game. Most simply are unable to put up with many bugs. Anyway, failed in all respects to the release of Andromeda entered the series in stasis from which she may never escape. However, it is important to note that the representatives of Electronic Arts have repeatedly statedthat the cross on such a popular franchise, bet no one is going.