The end of BioWare's epic space trilogy turned out to be just the beginning. Following the release of Mass Effect 3, players came out in droves to protest the ending, which many argue provided more confusion than substance. The backlash has prompted BioWare to retool the ending, and it plans on releasing DLC to elaborate on the events of the finale.
The Better Business Bureau has issued a statement about the much decried ending to Mass Effect 3, stating that complaints over the ending's lack of individual tailoring could be false advertising.
BioWare has just officially announced Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut, which will "expand upon the events" of the game in order to "give fans seeking further clarity to the ending of Mass Effect 3 deeper insights into how their personal journey concludes." BioWare's second act comes after a promise to retool the game, in response to a profound outburst of protest from gamers over the trilogy's ending — and the announcement clears up speculation that it might change the events of the game.
BioWare is working on "a number of game content initiatives" that will provide further clarity and closure to the controversial ending to Mass Effect 3, studio co-founder Ray Muzyka revealed in a statement today.