Mass Effect 3 Not The End for the Series

The end of the Mass Effect trilogy does not mean the end of the Mass Effect series

In an interview with Forbes, Bioware co-founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk were asked what the future held for the Mass Effect series after the third game ships. Though not surprisingly, each gave answers that hinted toward more Mass Effect. Both Muzyaka’s and Zeschuk’s responses can be seen below:
Greg Zeschuk: “Certainly the setting has really resonated with people, the type of aliens in the world, the type of people that inhabit space. Obviously we focus first and foremost on nailing it on this game, and then, you know, the possibilities in the future are very, very broad.”
Ray Muzyka: “We want to make sure it’s awesome. [Mass Effect 3] is our first focus. Beyond that, we do have a desire to continue the Mass Effect franchise, and we’re working on the details, figuring out what the fans want, figuring out the right way.”
With a vast universe, diverse characters, and fantastic storytelling, Mass Effect should have no trouble moving on once Mass Effect 3 releases.