Posted by Raine Hutchens on Feb 7, 2012

BioWare Intends To Fix Errors In The Mass Effect Novel

Mass Effect fans have been outraged as of late due to a mass amount of errors apparent in a new novel that has released for the game. The novel is Mass Effect: Deception, and it covers a Cerberus assassin as she journeys into the city of Thondu to pick up a rare artifact from an auction. Some of the errors in the novel include “a character ‘growing up’ from being autistic, turning Mass Effect’s only gay male character straight and then killing him, and being literally impossible to reconcile with the timeline made by the games, comics and other books.”

BioWare has released this official statement on the progress of the error corrections: “The teams at Del Rey and BioWare would like to extend our sincerest apologies to the Mass Effect fans for any errors and oversights made in the recent novel Mass Effect: Deception. We are currently working on a number of changes that will appear in future editions of the novel. We would like to thank all Mass Effect fans for their passion and dedication to this ever-growing world, and assure them that we are listening and taking this matter very seriously.”

There is no announcement on when the new editions of the book will release. If you want to keep up with the certain corrections to the novel’s errors, you can find them on the Mass Effect: Deception Wiki page. The fans have spoken, and BioWare is working on making amends.


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