New Mass Effect Might Not Release Until 2029, It’s Claimed
In a segment on Game Mess Mornings, Jeff Grubb went off against BioWare’s timelines, stressing that even though teasers are being posted as recently as yesterday, it could be 2029 before we see the new Mass Effect game released.
This was backed up by a comparison against Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, which was revealed back in 2018 and still doesn’t exist – in fact, it was recently delayed, and it’s expected that it won’t be released until maybe next year.
It was revealed as part of the Dreadwolf delays that Mass Effect’s next title will also be impacted by a pushback. Recently, BioWare celebrated ‘N7 Day’, an unofficial tribute day for Mass Effect, on November 7th, which is a direct reference to the ‘N7’ brand that’s featured in the game, which typically is a ‘codename’ handed to special forces soldiers of the highest skillset.
Here’s the snippet of Grubb talking about Mass Effect’s delay:
This is exactly what he said:
This game is just nowhere near coming out. I was told when they revealed Dragon Age: Dreadwolf in 2018, this is similar in terms of timeline. That was announced in 2018 and it’s not expected until next year. Now, do the math for that, we’re not getting this game (Mass Effect) until 2029.
Have you given up waiting for a new Mass Effect title? Are you ready to wait another six years until it surfaces?