Could Bioware Games Be Returning To Steam?

According to an anonymous report received over at BF3Blog, a fan site for DICE's upcoming military shooter, EA and Valve are nearing a final agreement on DLC sales for Battlefield 3 - which would allow the highly anticipated title to be sold on the Steam platform in time for its 10/25 release. Now, take an anonymous tip on a fansite for what it's worth, but this could be big news for those of you who enjoy both the ubiquitous digital storefront and Bioware's most recent games. Read More

Unearthed Ad Points to Multiplayer in Mass Effect 3

According to an ad unearthed by a tipster for the Collector's Edition for Mass Effect 3, the game will ship with an "online multiplayer pass." This appears to confirm the addition of a multiplayer mode for the previously single-player only series. If you need me I'll be over here flipping tables in angst. Read More

Bioware Dev Team and Mass Effect Voice Actors to Appear at Georgia’s MomoCon

Convention season is fast approaching, and with the next installment of Dragon Age in development, along with lingering questions over the direction of the Mass Effect franchise, speculation over what Bioware shows at these events could be an interesting activity for us over the summer. The guessing season starts in March, when Bioware team members Chris Priestly and Keith Hayward, along with the voices of both Sheps and Grunt, will appear at an anime convention in Atlanta, GA. Read More

[Wall Post] Surprise! Dragon Age Getting Multiplayer?

Kotaku is reporting that an anonymous "Insider" source claims that Dragon Age will be getting multiplayer in a future installment, and will be using DICE's Frostbite 2 engine. What are your thoughts on this?


That's right, Dragon Age is going multiplayer. The role-playing franchise is, according to an insider, going beyond singleplayer for the first time, and warriors won't simply face off against each other in combat.