Company tries to give hope to Nintendo players.
Bioware, the company behind the Mass Effect and Dragon Age franchises, says to not count the possibilities of both the missing Mass Effect 3 DLC and the Mass Effect Trilogy coming to the Wii U. This is what they mentioned in an interview with gaming website GamerSyndrome.
As a response to the question if players can expect the DLC or the trilogy, the company gives the following statement:''We have a terrific company in Australia [Straight Right] who did a good job putting Mass Effect 3 on Wii U. Again, I can’t really comment on rumored speculation about the game or the franchise. Wii U is a console we feel is really cool and that more Mass Effect would look great on it, so we do have plans for Wii U but nothing to announce at this moment. '' That may not sound very encouraging, but Bioware continues to say: ''As we like to tell people on Twitter, “Never Say Never.” The same can be said about the Mass Effect Trilogy for Wii U. Never Say Never.''
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition came to the Wii U on launch day in all regions, and was recieved with mixed reactions. For more information on Mass Effect 3: Special Edition, feel free to check out Carmine Red's impressions of the title.