Mass Effect 3 DLC ending a waste of time
Tomorrow the 26th of June, the Extended Cut DLC will be aiming to rectify the controversy surrounding the ending of Mass Effect 3 DLC, and we are concerned whether this will undo some of the damage it has caused and satisfy fans current distaste for the game’s finale.
The notion that fans will find more issues with the DLC could be due to a negative feeling towards what should have been already included, although the downloadable content will launch, free of charge in a hope to please gamers. Documenting this news Forbes Magazine talk about tomorrow’s DLC and question whether this will ease the dissatisfaction among fans, and in an interview with lead producer Casey Hudson and lead writer Mac Walters, they discuss this along with the controversial ending.
Expanding on the events of the ending, a statement on The Mass Effect 3 website reads, “Through additional cinematic sequences and epilogue scenes, the Extended Cut will include deeper insight to Commander Shepard’s journey based on player choices during the war against the Reapers”. The idea to release an “extended cut” as opposed to completely new endings is BioWares way of saving face while trying to avoid any major changes, and it is hard to say what fans will make of this.
Curiosity revolves around the extra scenes and it is worth seeing if this is enough to change anything on how most people feel about the ending, and from what has been stated many may not see any reason to bother with the DLC. With that in mind the conflict of interest goes on as tomorrow other downloadable content will become available such as Skyrim DLC although at the moment only Xbox users can look forward to that.
On Friday, we mentioned the download clash for ME3 downloadable content and a selection of games being released on Tuesday. Do you think that the Mass Effect 3 DLC ending is a waste of time?