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Mass Effect loses another important figure, perhaps the most for the future of BioWare and the saga

The importance of Mass Effect in the history of the video game is indisputable. Yet over the years, the Canadians seem to have hit the nail on the head with shot after shot. Anthem marked a very important turning point, even more than Mass Effect: Andromeda, so the community looks with hope and suspicion at Mass Effect 4 and Dragon Age 4. Of course, none will have MacWaltersthat leaves the study.

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Many of you may not know Mac Walters, but he is responsible for Mass Effect’s rise to stardom. Although the first game in the saga marked a before and after within the western science fiction RPG; Walters put his two cents scripting its 2 sequels and, until this year, he was occupying the chair of production director of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.

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Be that as it may, the scriptwriter has decided to share his goodbye message on LinkedIn, although not the reasons that led him to do so, especially considering that he was 19 years in the company. “I’ve worked with amazing people and been privileged to be part of amazing teams and projects. It’s hard to take it all in, and I know I’ll reflect on it for years to come.”

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If we look at his profile on the social network for employment and business communication, the future of Walters is uncertain. The ex-scriptwriter is taking a “break in his careerOf course, it seems that the Canadian is one of the few who willingly leave BioWare. If we look back, the departures of Matt Goldman (director of the new Dragon Age) or Ben Irving (Anthem chief producer) occurred after the developmental problems of one, and the failure of other.

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At the moment, the future of both sagas is up in the air. although it is very unlikely that Anthem has a sequel, Dragon Age and Mass Effect yes. Even so, of these 2 we only know a few more details about Dreadwolf, so we will have to wait for more news from both licenses.

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