Developer says there was "discussion" about charging for endgame DLC, but executive producer Casey Hudson ultimately said no.
BioWare considered charging for Mass Effect 3's Extended Cut downloadable content, community lead Chris Priestly has revealed.
"Probably shouldn't say this; there was discussion [about] should it be charged," Priestly said during a recent PAX Australia panel. "And [executive producer Casey Hudson] said, 'No, we can't do that. We have to make this better. We can do a better job finishing the game, providing clarity, answering some questions.' And it was very important to the team to end it as best as possible."
It would have been a bad move IMO if BioWare charged us for the Extended Cut of Mass Effect 3. I for one am not paying more money for something that should have been in the finished product to begin with. They did a good thing releasing it for free. Not sure where they can take a new Mass Effect game from here, though.
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