Mass Effect 3: Not Only Multiplayer But A New Mode Too!
BioWare has finally answered some of the niggling questions we have about Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer mode. With those answers, some new questions may pop up. The new multiplayer mode, which is a 4 player co-op, will be set outside the realm of the single-player game. So, the missions you go through there will not be affected by saves from Mass Effect 1 or 2.
According to BioWare, “players can choose from a variety of classes and races, form an elite Special Forces squad, and combine their weapons, powers and abilities to devastating effect as they fight together to liberate key territories from enemy control.” This sounds like a reasonable scenario worth fighting co-op for. The multiplayer mode, however, will still be linked to the main storyline as well as the single player game. BioWare just has not gotten about to revealing stuff about what ways they could all be linked.
To play the co-op, you will have to go on “Galaxy at War” mode. The very name is mysterious and opens up new imaginings of what Mass Effect 3 has in store for fans who are eager to do co-op. “Galaxy at War” as you may now have deducted is optional. It includes multiplayer mode. There will be more announcements coming from BioWare in the coming months. Stay tuned.