Mass Effect was originally announced for Xbox 360, and touted as an exclusive. Then the PC version went and happened so PS3 should get the nod right? Maybe.
Grilled at GamesCom, Ray Muzyka refused to rule out a PS3 visit from Commander Shepard; nothing to say "on that front." They're busy hammering a fix for the new Pinnacle Station.
"I think a more accurate way to frame it is to say we've announced we're developing Mass Effect for 360 and PC," BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka told .
"Right from the beginning we said we wanted to deliver Mass Effect on the 360. Right now all we've announced is we're working on 360 and PC."
Pushed further he added, "We haven't announced anything on that front," and nudged just a little more, "We haven't announced anything on that." A big 'no' wasn't uttered.
The recently released DLC for Mass Effect, Pinnacle Station, has been causing some trouble for some. Thecomplains that users should insert the game disc, while the for Xbox 360, which includes the first DLC on disc, has issues with the new content and can only be fixed by downloading the first piece.
BioWare have said the PC issue should be fixed very soon and they continue to look at the console version, though QA dev Jack Lamden offered no timeframe for that one.
BioWare still coy on PS3 Mass Effect, working to fix DLC niggles
27 August 2009 | By Simon Priest