BioWare keen on more Mass Effect DLC

Zeschuk drops hints like he drops rats.

BioWare "is looking at" more downloadable content for Mass Effect, according to final boss Greg Zeschuk.

"We're also looking at some other post-release content," Zeschuk told MTV Multiplayer. "We're working away. BioWare's pretty busy these days.

"We're talking about that. You know how we are," he added, when asked directly about DLC.

"We're always very circumspect until we can go 'Aha! There it is!' With everything we build now, we want to have this long-term relationship with the customer and always have something for them to try. So we're definitely looking at that for Mass Effect."

Bring Down The Sky, the first downloadable addition for Mass Effect, offered an optional side quest for 400 Microsoft Points (GBP 3.40 / EUR 4.80), but failed to impress when it came out in March.

Bring Down The Sky was also recently released free for the PC version of Mass Effect.

BioWare is, of course, hard at work on (so far) PC-exclusive role-playing game Dragon Age, as well as a second instalment in the Mass Effect trilogy. Busy bees.

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