What you’re seeing here are the ruins of London England in the year 2184 C.E. The cockney sounding gentlemen states that 2 million were killed in the first day, and another 7 million in the first week. While the numbers may seem low for a massive alien invasion, we are talking about the population of London after many humans left earth due to pollution and overpopulation problems. Also, we should all be aware that many of the humans are more than likley being harvested for some nefarious purpose, as seen in Mass Effect 2.
Is the ME3: Extended cut a fine example of internet democracy, or just another case of vicious cyber-bullying? No matter which side you’re on, the ME3:Extended Cut drops on June 26th for zero dollars. In the podcast below, Community Manager Jessica Merizan talks candidly with both Casey Hudson and Mac Walters about what exactly fans can expect from the Extended Cut, and why the team felt compelled to add additional content to the controversial ending.
No matter what your view is on the Extended Cut, June 26th marks the first time in video game history that the opinions of the community have been directly addressed in such an agressive fashion. Bioware is indeed listening, and we think that’s awesome.