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THE BUZZ: EA today released a first batch of screenshots for Mass Effect 3‘s co-op multiplayer mode—along with an interview with BioWare executive producer Casey Hudson.

EA’s official description of the multiplayer:

“With the Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system, players will fight for the survival of the galaxy against an ancient alien race known only as, Reapers, in both the single player campaign and through a suite of Mass Effect games and applications. Progress made in each of the components of the system, including the new multiplayer mode, will directly link back to the player’s main campaign, helping Commander Shepard rally the forces of the galaxy to eliminate the Reaper threat once and for all. The Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War feature can be activated via the Online Pass code found in every new copy of Mass Effect 3. The Mass Effect 3 Online Pass can also be purchased separately on the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and PlayStation3 computer entertainment system.

Featuring four-player cooperative gameplay, multiplayer in Mass Effect 3 puts players in the role of a team of elite Special Forces soldiers sent to protect resources and assets that can help the war effort against the Reapers. Players will have the option of playing as one of six classes and from six different races: Human, Krogan, Asari, Drell, Salarian and Turian.”

EGM’s TAKE: The system seems like it will complement the Mass effect 3 story line well without jeopardizing the single-player aspects of the game.

What do you think of the multiplayer? Leave your thoughts below.

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Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer Screenshots, Video Interview

EA today released a first batch of screenshots for Mass Effect 3's co-op multiplayer mode—along with an interview with BioWare executive producer Casey Hudson.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/12/2011 03:35 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: EA today released a first batch of screenshots for Mass Effect 3‘s co-op multiplayer mode—along with an interview with BioWare executive producer Casey Hudson.

EA’s official description of the multiplayer:

“With the Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system, players will fight for the survival of the galaxy against an ancient alien race known only as, Reapers, in both the single player campaign and through a suite of Mass Effect games and applications. Progress made in each of the components of the system, including the new multiplayer mode, will directly link back to the player’s main campaign, helping Commander Shepard rally the forces of the galaxy to eliminate the Reaper threat once and for all. The Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War feature can be activated via the Online Pass code found in every new copy of Mass Effect 3. The Mass Effect 3 Online Pass can also be purchased separately on the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and PlayStation3 computer entertainment system.

Featuring four-player cooperative gameplay, multiplayer in Mass Effect 3 puts players in the role of a team of elite Special Forces soldiers sent to protect resources and assets that can help the war effort against the Reapers. Players will have the option of playing as one of six classes and from six different races: Human, Krogan, Asari, Drell, Salarian and Turian.”

EGM’s TAKE: The system seems like it will complement the Mass effect 3 story line well without jeopardizing the single-player aspects of the game.

What do you think of the multiplayer? Leave your thoughts below.

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0   POINTS



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89