The Mass Effect triology comes to an end this March when Mass Effect 3 is released... but will that be the end of Mass Effect forever? Perhaps not!
In an interview with PSM3, Mass Effect's producer, Casey Hudson, said that the end of the trilogy may not mean the end of the Mass Effect. When asked if he was sad that the series was coming to an end, Hudson responded:
"We're probably too busy to feel sad it's over right now," he said.
"I don't think I'll be sad. We're not done yet, and I don't know what the final experience will be, but I'm pretty sure Mass Effect 3 is the best in the series."
Hudson said that the team had ambitious goals and they are proud to have made a series that spanned recessions, publisher take-overs, and BioWare's independence.
Asked what happens next with the series, Hudson said: "We don't know exactly, but there will be more Mass Effect for Mass Effect fans, I'm sure."
What do you hope will happen to the Mass Effect brand after the third installment is released? Let us know!