The history of the BioWare studio has several titles with very positive reception, such as Baldur's Gate, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and the Mass Effect trilogy. However, following releases like Mass Effect: Andromeda and Anthem, the studio's reputation was tainted, and the team is now looking to clear the company's name.
It was Gary McKay, general manager of BioWare, who spoke about this desire that he shares with the rest of the study. In addition to wanting to recover their reputation, McKay mentions that everyone is focused on winning the trust of the fans and the entire community that follows them closely.
To achieve this, McKay says that one of the studio's several plans will be to release games with the quality previously attributed to BioWare. "We want every game to have the reaction we saw with Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, " added McKay.
The general manager believes that they have the "right people" as well as the "right approach" to accomplish this. In addition, McKay mentions that they have the full support of EA to fulfill this promise. "Our mission is 'to create worlds of adventure, conflict, and companionship that inspire you to become the hero of your own story,'" he said.
The new Mass Effect title was last seen during the N7 Day celebration, with a poster that hides several secrets and a project that will abandon the Frostbite engine and will be developed in Unreal Engine 5.