BioWare Episodes

Episodic content is the future for BioWare titles on Computer and Video Games has word from BioWare's Ray Muzyka from a yet-to-be-published Q&A about Mass Effect and other upcoming projects that the Canadian developer has ambitious plans for episodic content for several upcoming titles. It's not clear, but the quote makes it sound more like plans for episodic add-on/expansion releases for the listed titles, rather than the announcement that Dragon Age, Jade Empire: Special Edition, Mass Effect "and other upcoming BioWare titles, both on console and PC" would all be strictly episodic from the start, but this should all be cleared up soon enough. Here's word:
"...we have big plans afoot at BioWare for post-release and episodic content for upcoming cool BioWare games like Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Jade Empire: Special Edition and other upcoming BioWare titles, both on console and PC", BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka divulged in an interview with CVG which we'll be publishing shortly.

"There have been a lot of innovations in the PC space in online games - World of Warcraft and other MMOs continue to expand the business and we're excited about joining that world ourselves with the upcoming title we're developing down with our great team at BioWare Austin [BioWare's in-development MMORPG] - and digital distribution and episodic content".
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Derek,

I just wanted to thank you for coming into quite possibly the most volatile gaming message boards and speaking frankly.

I PERSONALLY do not choose to buy "expanded" content, but I applaud you for trying a new business model. The NWN community has done AMAZING things with free content and I hope you continue to allow us to make great things for your great games.

So, my question to you. Are you going to continue to support and encourage the mod community in the future as you have in the past?
Life is sexually transmitted.
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