Few weeks from now, fans will finally get to see if the “Mass Effect 4” rumors and theories stated in the online survey leaked a few months ago is true.
Bioware is expected to unleash the game at E3 2015 but for the meantime, here are some more details about the gameplay mechanics via DSOgaming .
According to the website, “Mass Effect 4” will have a much more interactive way of collecting resources to enhance certain aspects of the team such as armors and weapons.
“Scour solar systems and planets within the Helius Cluster to find valuable resources and blueprints of long forgotten alien technology that will allow you to craft better equipment and weapons, such as improving your leg armor to allow you to jetpack jump, or upgrading your cryo-beam (laser cannon) to target enemies or do area damage around you to clear out close threats.” “As you build your arsenal and resource infrastructure, you will be able to explore deeper into the increasingly dangerous and resource-rich solar systems of the Helius Cluster,” as stated in the website.
Also, the conversations between characters looks like it will be more interesting as the game dialogues are said to be much improved.
“Building upon the rich history of strategic dialogue that has defined the ‘Mass Effect’ series, you can make meaningful choices in every conversation you have with characters that impact the way your game evolves.
The next ‘Mass Effect’ adds deeper control over your conversations through a greater ability to interrupt and change the course of the conversation as it is happening,” according to the website.
“During certain conversations, you will be able to take action based choices, such as the option to pull out your gun and force someone to open a door instead of convincing them to do it through conversational guile.
Action based choices give you more options for how you approach dialogue with characters in the game and can lead to more extreme outcomes on the story as it evolves around the decisions you make when interacting with a huge cast of NPC characters.”