BioWare have "stand alone products, expansion packs" in mind for their "long-term plans" for both new IPs. New gear DLC launched recently.
"We like to support our games long-term. Our fans are really important to us, and we try and support them. We have long-term plans for both Dragon Age and Mass Effect. Actually, we have a separate team running in parallel as part of the franchise team," Muzyka told .
"You know, people are moving back and forth, but we've made a dedicated investment in DLC for Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so we're going to support them for a long time. Stand alone products, expansion packs, things like that as well."
Dragon Age: Origins: Awakening launches March 16th for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. EA has also just teased "something far-reaching coming from Mass Effect" in early 2011.
"I think we want to continue to advance the state of the art and the industry, and I think our best work is still ahead of us. It makes it fun – you're always trying to innovate and push the envelope with everything you do," added Muzyka on BioWare's future.
"I think we can still do better. As great as Mass Effect 2 is, I think we can still improve, and we'll get the feedback from the fans and the press and the reviews, and as great as they are, there's still things we can improve on." Like, maybe removable helmets?
BioWare has just launched free DLC in the form of somefor Mass Effect 2 players who have an activated Cerberus Network account. Have you been having an RPG blast with Dragon Age and Mass Effect, videogamer?
BioWare reiterates the "long-term" for Dragon Age and Mass Effect
09 February 2010 | By Simon Priest