VG247 reports on some Mass Effect 3 screens tweeted by BioWare and presumably teasing a new DLC - one that involved eight or so writers from Edmonton:
The images below were shared separately but almost simultaneously by executive producer Casey Hudson and producer Mike Gamble on Twitter. Both images were retweeted by other BioWare staffers, but the developer has kept silent on the import.
Still, it seems pretty likely the screens are from Mass Effect 3′s next DLC, which apparently involves every writer at BioWare Edmonton. Voice work for the module was being prepared in December.
Originally Posted by joxer
And I guess it'll cost 5000 taxfree fraud currency called Bioware points.
Are you talking about how they charge people sales sometimes even if they live in a state that does not collect sales tax for online sales if the company does not have a physical presence in that state?
I'm talking about you'd serve years of prison sentence in Deutschland if your prices were displayed in DEM. And it was legal currency a decade ago, now it's not.
What Origin does, and not just Origin, is inventing and working with illegal currencies on the market. Why are they doing it? Why can't they display prices in USD, AUD, JPY or any other legal currency?
Not just it's used to avoid taxes but opens a huge space for money laundry.
Ask yourself one more thing, how come Steam, GOG, Gamersgate, etc., don't work with imaginary currencies. What, they're stupid and EA's strategy is awsome? Right.
— Toka Koka
Last edited by joxer; January 30th, 2013 at 13:26.