BioWare is about to reach an even worse low now, the team seeks to make a game like Destiny and The Division, and you guessed it, the game will feature multiplayer online support to “bring friends together”.
Hey, guys, do you want to hear a joke? BioWare wanting to make a game like Destiny and The Division…
Where do I even start, BioWare? The microtransaction laden DLC for Destiny? The broken messed up glitchy The Division? But the most important question is why would SJW infested BioWare seek to make a flop after the former received a bad rep with DLC, and the other losing players like a sinking ship? All these questions and more have me baffled.
I guess now you will need a dialog patch, animation patch and glitch patch that is obtainable through DLC or microtransaction to fix the unplayable game that SJW BioWare is planning to regurgitate on to gamers. But on a serious note, the game can’t be good if it’s mirroring two games that are plagued with severe problems.
Moreover, according to GameRant who obtained this info from Liam Rambles, the new secret game codenamed “Dylan” is in the works as we speak, which is said to have went into production back in 2012 and will be an MMO-lite title.
“BioWare is currently working on a massive sci-fi inspired game that represents EA’s attempt to tap into the MMO-lite market, currently held by games like Destiny and Tom Clancy’s The Division.”
The publication site also holds more info on the mess of a project that’s shaping up to be a train wreck, which Aaryn Flynn, head of BioWare, noted that…
“In 2012, we began crafting a new universe full of new characters, stories, and gameplay. Our ambition is simple: Draw upon 20+ years of development knowledge and lessons to create something fun and new for you to enjoy with your friends.”
EA had this to say about the game:
“… our BioWare studio will be delivering an all-new IP — a clean-sheet design with new concepts, new mechanics, and new stories set in a unique new universe. This game has the potential to fundamentally disrupt the way people think about an action title, bringing friends together to play in exhilarating new ways.”
I’m just trying to think of all the stuff found in Mass Effect: Andromeda, Destiny and The Division all smashed together… All I have to say is gamers get ready to reject a game with cut content, bad animations, chock full of DLC and microtransactions.
Before signing out, here’s a concept image of the train wreck in the making that comes in courtesy of the publication site.