When you talk about sci-fi games, Mass Effect almost immediately comes to mind. This game really left its mark with the first trilogy followed by the fourth overall installment in the game. This game justified the sci-fi, role-playing aspect of the game with a third-person camera. Plus, you can talk to the NPC characters and possibly have some sort of events with them. The trilogy of the game was a super hit. However, Mass Effect: Andromeda received mixed reviews. Mostly positive, yet there were some who could not accept Andromeda. With Mass Effect 4 being announced by BioWare, it’s about time we did everything we could about it. In this article, we will talk about the release date of Mass Effect 4. In addition, we would also talk about the trailer and everything we know so far.
Mass Effect 1 was launched in 2007. Even before the game’s launch, the developers were sure they wanted to make a trilogy. They were so strict that they thought that even if the first game failed, they wouldn’t stop to continue the series. However, the first game was a success and their dream to make a trilogy has also succeeded. Later in 2009, they released a spin-off for the first game titled Mass Effect Galaxy. This served as a segway or link between Mass Effect 1 and 2. Speaking of which, the second part of the game launched in 2010 and finally the third game launched in 2012. Now let’s get that out of the way. check out the release date and trailer of Mass Effect 4.
Mass Effect: The Story So Far
Mass Effect follows the story of Commander Shepard. Her team was sent to recover an unearthed Prothean Beacon on the human colony of Eden Prime. Saren and Benezia are both controlled by the ship. An information from Citadel then reveals that Saren is on Virmir. While on Virmir, she discovers that the ship, Sovereign, is a Reaper. On Ilos, she discovers that the Citadel itself is the Mass Relay that the Reapers use to invade galaxies. The first game has two endings, depending on the choices you end up making.
The story continues in Mass Effect 2 as Shepherd, and his crew are on their ship when they are attacked by an unknown ship and he dies. However, his body is recovered by Cerebus and brought back to life two years later. There she also meets the Illusive Man, who tells her about the Collector and Omega-4 Relay. He then uses it to travel to the Galactic Center and reach the Collector base. There he discovers that Collectors were trying to create a Human-Reaper. There are multiple endings to the game.
In the latter part of the trilogy, Reapers have invaded Earth and Shepard must find a way to stop them, as the Citadel refuses to help. She discovers an ancient Prothean weapon (Crucible) that can stop the Reapers, but it lacks a catalyst. She later finds out that Citadel itself is the catalyst, but the Reapers have already hidden it on Earth. Shepard then goes back to Earth to recapture the Citadel and joins the Crucible. She releases the energy, which activates it and destroys all Reapers, but in return she takes her life.