BioWare is known for tossing together an in-depth narrative for their RPG titles. However, the upcoming latest installment of the Mass Effect franchise, known as Mass Effect: Andromeda, has topped past installments in terms of dialogue.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is an already highly anticipated video game release. The title has players taking on the role of an inexperienced military recruit who will ultimately be forced into finding a planet for civilization.
As mentioned, when it comes to BioWare, there are plenty of dialogue tossed into video games which help set the tone and allow the game world to feel a bit more alive. If you’re a fan of deep narratives and character interactions then you’ll be thrilled to know that the amount of dialogue in Mass Effect: Andromeda is practically the amount of Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 combined.
This news comes from PC Gamer who spoke with producer Michael Gamble. According to the producer, not only does the game include more characters than ever before, but a number of topics you can speak with characters has increased.
Apparently, the squad as a whole has been beefed up as well.
“The amount of stuff you and that character can talk about is also larger–especially the squad. We made sure the squad was beefy, and developed, and that you could do different things with them and then that information would basically carry through the conversations.”
There was also a statement that there are over 1,200 speaking characters in the upcoming title which tops Mass Effect 3 with around 670. For the most part, it seems that the narrative has been finely tuned and we can’t wait to check it out for ourselves.
Mass Effect: Andromeda launches on March 21, 2017, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.
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