Having bowed to demands of users armed with pitchforks and torches and have decided to reopen the question of the final Mass Effect 3, BioWare has decided to still try to maintain some creative autonomy, warning all that, in any case, the final extended "will not satisfy everyone." This is what he told the executive producer Casey Hudson of BioWare in the new podcast, about the new free DLC that should better explain the events of the final game. "There have been some feedback that we can not welcome people who simply refused to accept the concept of final wishes were to repeat it all over again", and this is clearly something that the team can not agree to do. However, "what we like is the challenge of how people consume our stories, is a process of growth and acquisition of information for all, and welcome the feedback is an integral part in the process of improving our work" .
"When things are constructive, but critical, means a lot to us," because, says Hudson, is a matter of passion for video games, which ties the charges to developers. However, "you can not always satisfy everyone, we have seen a wide range of feedback, from people who wanted a total rewriting of history and those who had questions about the original ending to those who instead supported the ending we had thought," so there ' is no doubt that there is coming a new wave of controversy, BioWare second man, "but we did the Extended Cut, because we try to make everyone happy and make the perfect game - we just saw an opportunity to expand things we thought we could change and improve to increase the value of experience. " So, will still be cut by the original authors, which might not suit everyone. But maybe, if you protest you can get a lot of very extensive final.