Okay, okay, I get it--nobody liked the ending(s) of Mass Effect 3. I'm just a freak for being okay with it, but in my defense I also really liked the original TV series ending of Neon Genesis Evangelion... and the ending of Inception... and the ending of The Grey.
Rumors point to BioWare taking steps to quell the growing fan rage with an upcoming DLC pack titled "The Truth," which not only provides multiplayer add-ons like new races, classes, and weapons, but plans to answer fans' questions regarding the very open ending.
The anonymous source went on to explain about the contents of the DLC and its purpose, talking about the leaked script from some time before the game's final release:
"The ending was half-assed because of the leak. They changed it at the last minute so they could have more time to prepare the real ending via DLC.
"It’s called The Truth and it’s being released in April or May. You WILL be able to continue the story if you picked any of the endings. Your decision during that sequence will have a big effect on your ending of The Truth. The Truth adds two new sets of enemies, new classes, and multiplayer maps including “Firebase Hive”, which is a small area of the last remaining collector ship included in the DLC, which, by the way you should definitely bring Javik the Prothean along if you have him.
"The picture here shows some of the leaked multiplayer classes and races. One race that isn’t shown is the Prothean Adept and Vanguard. This DLC also enables the ability for owners of the preorder and From Ashes DLC to find their DLC weapons in reinforcement packs.
"All that content, and this might as well be labeled an expansion pack.
"And it’s free.
I have a present for all of you: it's some salt. Take a grain. Take the whole shaker, honestly, because this really sounds too good to be true. But if it does turn out to be true? I'd just be happy for more of the story I put that much time into. I'd love to see happened because of my final choice--what repercussions it had throughout the entire galaxy.
What about you? If this actually happens, what are your thoughts on BioWare? Or are they unchanged? And please, folks--let's keep spoilers to a minimum, or at least marked for everybody who hasn't had a chance to finish the game yet.