You will not find the lacking of Mass Effect series fans for sure. Now a day’s the most awaited fourth installment of the series is gaining momentum. The title will still spread the teaser for quite a long time, but from time to time in the network appears to be quite specific information. Sometimes we get the periodic teases from individuals included in the game, through meetings or by some extremely energizing tweets.

Mass Effect 4 Should make an appearance at E3 later this year

Mass Effect E3 2014 Conceptual Art 8

Mass Effect E3 2014 Conceptual Art

The latest information related to Mass Effect 4 has been shared by Industry insider Shinobi602 in Neogaf regarding Mass Effect’ release:

“From people I’ve talked to close to the thing, it’s still a 2016 release, but haven’t yet nailed down deciding between Spring or Fall. EA usually has multiple high-profile releases every year, and with Battlefield 5 targeting Q4 2016, for now until I hear more, I’m assuming earlier than Fall is the target. They did however release NFS Rivals and BF4 at the same time, so it could still be the Fall. Of course, delays are always possible with any game, but this thing’s been in development since 2012. It won’t skip next year.”

Chris Wynn, Senior Development Director of Mass Effect, recently tweeted about the combat of the game by saying:

Combat is looking pretty great in the latest builds. Biotics plus weapons plus powerful hardware is amazing.”

Michael Gamble is also in the race of teasing he stated on Twitter:

“Oh, what’s that? The Mass Effect team is finishing another milestone soon? It’s almost like we are building a real game or something.”

What could Michael Gamble be alluding at? Let’s trust that everything meets up, and we do become acquainted with something genuinely awesome at E3 not long from now. Mass Effect has been being developed for such quite a while, and it would be very energizing to see what Bioware has in store for the eventual fate of the astonishing Mass Effect universe.

To call the next game ‘Mass Effect 4′ or ‘ME4′ is doing it a disservice and seems to cause a lot of confusion here. We have already said that the Commander Shepard trilogy is over and that the next game will not feature him/her. That is the only detail you have on the game. I see people saying ‘well, they’ll have to pick a canon ending.’ No, because the game does not have to come after. Or before. Or off to the side. Or with characters you know. Or yaddayaddayadda. Wherever, whenever, whoever, etc will all be revealed years down the road when we actually start talking about it. I do not call the game ME4 when I talk about it ever, [because] that makes people think of it more as ‘what happens after ‘Mass Effect 3′ rather than ‘what game happens next set in the ‘Mass Effect’ Universe. Obviously fans are going to speculate content, character and story until we actually reveal details in the years or months to come as you have almost no actual details, just don’t get bogged down in ‘well how are they going to continue ME3.’ Chris Priestly