Mass Effect 3 DLC: What we want to see

This is our list but what do YOU want to see?

Regardless of how you felt about Mass Effect 3's ending, I think it's safe to say that we all want more.

We'd happily give up on trying to sleep entirely if Casey Hudson himself started banging on our windows, waking us up in the dead of night and handing us the keys to a new space-adventure.

In the unlikely event that this fails to happen, here's five things we'd like to see in the inevitable selection of Mass Effect 3 DLC.

More Multiplayer Unlocks

We weren't expecting to enjoy Mass Effect 3's Multiplayer all that much, but Bioware have whipped up quite the surprise. When launch weekend finally arrived we found ourselves hopping out of the campaign to play co-op quite quickly - a testament to just how impressive it is. The basic unlocks and upgrades will keep us busy for a little while, but we're going to need something new soon.


Thankfully, it seems like new stuff is due to be on the way soon. Leaks have teased brand new playable classes and races, and new guns to unlock feels like a no-brainer. We also have a feeling that a future update will also add armour, a customisation that somehow didn't make it over to the co-op chunk of the game. Without any focus though, all this is pointless - we want new maps, rankings, and specific leaderboard challenges.

While we're wearing the Captain Obvious hat, we'd also like to request some brand new game-modes. Infinite survival is an easy no-brainer, and we'd also love to see a Mass Effect 3 version of Gears of War's horde mode: Combining traps and turrets with Biotic powers is a mental image that makes us feel fuzzy, even if it does feel like a raging cliche.

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