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Mass Effect 5

Mass Effect: Andromeda was the latest addition to the franchise, with views divided and several friends of the series opposed to Bioware. As it has become known, Bioware has started working on Mass Effect 5, however we do not know anything about it. Through Twitter, Jeff Grubb retweeted a post by Brenon Holmes, who is working on the new Mass Effect, giving some information about its development.

Mass Effect 5

Through his personal Twitter account, Brenon Holmes is looking for people with experience in Unreal Engine 4 and 5 to join Bioware’s development team for Mass Effect 5. In fact, it has been confirmed that the new title will be available for PlayStation 5, with its development taking place with the Unreal Engine 5, as the Sony console has the ability to use it, while the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Rro do not have the ability to respond to it. A part about the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5 we recently saw through the Matrix Awakens that became available for the PlayStation 5, stealing the show.

Mass Effect 5

For Bioware it is not the first contact he will have with Unreal Engine, as in the beginning he used Unreal Engine 3 to develop Mass Effect. However, that changed when she decided to switch to Frostbite. The question now is when Mass Effect 5 will be available. Seeing the new Bioware title in 2022 has little to no chance, so logic says we might see it on the market in 2023 or 2024.

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