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Mass Effect 3 Dev Explains Original Ending Plans, and Why They May Have Used Those Controversial Colours - IGN - IGN

Mass Effect 3 Dev Explains Original Ending Plans, and Why They May Have Used Those Controversial Colours - IGN - IGN
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While the Mass Effect Trilogy remains one of the most beloved trilogies in all of gaming, the ending of Mass Effect 3 is still as divisive today as it was in 2012. Now, certain members of the development team at BioWare have spoken up and shared a bit about what the original ending plans were and why they may have used those controversial color choices.

These developers who worked on Mass Effect 3 were part of a and they were very open about not only the game s actual ending and what could have been, but also the reception to it finally being out in the wild.

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SPOILERS AHEAD for Mass Effect 3.

When people talk about the endings of Mass Effect 3, they usually always bring up that they were more or less boiled down to three choices - represented by the colors blue, red and green - that were all very similar to each other and didn t quite factor in the player s choices as was expected.

According to ex-BioWare Montreal animation director Dave Wilkinson, these color choices were used early on to help him differentiate between his work on the multiple endings and he didn t think they would actually make it into the game.
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