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Cela fait pas mal de temps que BioWare tourne autour du pot, or la pseudo rumeur selon laquelle Mass Effect 3 intégrerait une composante multijoueur semble sur le point de se confirmer. La nouvelle nous vient en fait de la couverture du magazine australien PowerPlay sur laquelle on peut lire la mention « Combattez aux côtés de vos amis ». En somme, ça sent le coop à plein nez. Cela dit, en bons journalistes, nous attendrons une annonce officielle pour selon le cas et les préférences de chacun, sabrer le champagne ou pleurer à chaudes larmes.

Mass Effect 3 : Le multijoueur se confirme
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[koukinou]
[koukinou]
MP
03 août 2013, 23:02

ok

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Livio333
Livio333
MP
14 oct. 2011, 02:11

Ok pour la coop :oui: , mais le versus on en veux pas :nonnon:

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akavish33
akavish33
MP
12 oct. 2011, 19:06

pas si mal !!!

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Melucard
Melucard
MP
11 oct. 2011, 16:48

Aller encore une citation pour plus de détails :

[quote]salto44 wrote...

En direct du BSN anglophone :
[quote]Chris Priestly wrote...

Hi Everyone

Today BioWare and the Mass Effect 3 team are very pleased to announce 4 player co-op multiplayer missions and the Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system for Mass Effect 3 on the PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

4 player co-op multiplayer

Join your friends in the all-out galactic war to take Earth back. The universe of Mass Effect expands with the addition of new co-op multiplayer missions, playable over Xbox Live, PSN and PC internet. 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. Success in multi-player will have a direct impact on the outcome of the single player campaign, giving players an alternative method of achieving ultimate victory against the greatest threat mankind – and the entire galaxy – has ever faced.

Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War

As a bonus to the campaign, BioWare is introducing the Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system, a new way for players to manage and experience the galactic war from multiple fronts, including a new 4-player co-op mode. The key to saving the galaxy is the “Galactic Readiness” level, measured by Commander Shepard’s ability to apply
every possible asset – people, weapons, resources, armies, fleets – in the final battle against the Reapers. Players can impact their game’s Galactic Readiness level in multiple ways via the Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system, including multiplayer. Other platforms and interfaces will be announced in the coming months. It is important to note that the system is entirely optional and just another way players can have control over your game experience – it is still possible to achieve the optimal, complete ending of the game in Mass Effect 3 through single-player alone.

F.A.Q.

Why include 4 player Co-op multiplayer in Mass Effect 3?

Being able to explore and fight alongside your friends in the Mass Effect universe has always been something we thought would be fun and compelling, and many players have asked for it for a long time as well. Mass Effect 3 is the best place for us to introduce multiplayer through co-op because of the premise of the game – all out galactic war.

Why only 4 player co-op? What not a versus mode?

We have always maintained that we would only add multiplayer into the Mass Effect series if it made sense and did not compromise the power of the single player campaign. Fighting together against a common threat was the multiplayer experience that made the most sense for Mass Effect 3. The way we have designed co-op as a wayto take control of key conflict zones in the galaxy is a natural extension of the premise of Mass Effect 3.

Why did you decide not to include it as a part of the main campaign?

Our priority and focus with Mass Effect 3 has and always will be to deliver a complete and satisfying single player experience.

Does the addition of co-op multiplayer missions impact the scope or quality of the single-player experience?

No. A dedicated team from our recently formed BioWare Montreal studio has been focused on creating the multiplayer game features while the main game continued to be developed by the team in BioWare Edmonton. Both teams are integrated under the same leadership group that produced Mass Effect 1 and 2, led by Casey Hudson. BioWare remains dedicated to delivering one of the most amazing single-player campaigns gamers have ever experienced.

How did developing multiplayer impact the single player game?

BioWare is dedicated and focused on delivering an engaging, fun, and action-packed experience for Mass Effect 3, one that lives up the BioWare standard. To reach that level of quality, last year BioWare opened a studio in Montreal that is home to designers, programmers, engineers, and other developers. Both studios work together as partners, lead by the core Mass Effect team, unified in a single vision. Under the direction of Casey Hudson and other team veterans, both studios make contributions to both the single player and multiplayer modes in Mass Effect 3. Rest assured that no compromises were made to either of these modes in the development of Mass Effect 3.

Which characters can I play in co-op multiplayer? Can I play as Commander Shepard?

Commander Shepard’s part in the war will take place in the single-player campaign, as will that of other beloved characters in the franchise such as Garrus, Ashley, and Liara…these characters do not appear in the multiplayer missions. In multiplayer, players will create custom characters to fight on different and unique fronts in the war. This will include the ability to play as favorites like Turians, Krogans, Asari and more… each with their own unique set of abilities.

What if I don’t like multiplayer – will my experience be negatively impacted?

Mass Effect 3 is a complete, standalone game that will deliver a satisfying story experience, even if you choose not to try multiplayer. The Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War system and all of the individual components are meant to complement that amazing game and can be enjoyed on their own or as part of the Galaxy at War experience.

What if I am not good at / do not like multiplayer? Will my readiness rating go down?

ME3 is a story about a war against overwhelming force where the most you can hope for us survival. The more you do to fight that war, the more you can change that story into a more optimistic one. You can reach the highest levels of success in the single player experience alone, but Galaxy at War gives you alternative ways to get there. It’s about choice, and allowing players to find their own ways to stay immersed in the Mass Effect universe.

Will you be adding any additional maps or modes through DLC?

We can’t comment on specifics right now, but can confirm that we are planning on having DLC for Mass Effect 3.

Do save games from ME1 or ME2 impact the co-op multiplayer missions?

No.

Do characters level up in co-op multiplayer? What is the progression system?

Character progression, weapon upgrading and leveling up is present in co-op. We’ll release more information on this topic in the months leading up to launch.

Is there more info about the other platforms of Mass Effect 3: Galaxy at War?

We are not going into details about the other components of the Galaxy at War at this time except to say we are designing each to make sense for that platform. Each component will be able to affect a player’s “Galactic Readiness” level in a different way. Again, participation in any or all ME3:GaW elements is entirely optional.

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Je ne vais pas tout traduire mais voilà je pense les points importants au sujet des craintes que nous pouvons ou pouvions avoir...

Donc des missions en Co-op à quatre joueur en dehors de la trame principale. de plus les personnages de l'histoire ne seront pas jouable en version Co-Op.

Et pour les collectionneurs de succès qui n'aiment pas le multi/co-op ect... les succès de Mass effect pourront tous se faire même sans jouer en multi. Le multi étant une autre maniere d'obtenir ces dit succès.

Jusque là çà va (enfin de mon point de vue) par contre çà :

Success in multi-player will have a direct impact on the outcome of the single player campaign, giving players an alternative method of achieving ultimate victory against the greatest threat mankind – and the entire galaxy – has ever faced.

J'aime déjà moins... donc le fait de jouer en multi aura un impact sur la campagne solo...

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SEG4
SEG4
MP
11 oct. 2011, 13:57

Ah trop cool...! Oh zut, on est sur une news de Mass Effect. Ah bah non en fait, non.

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nuktos
nuktos
MP
11 oct. 2011, 09:27

BioWare sombre....

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[Beta-Carina]
[Beta-Carina]
MP
11 oct. 2011, 03:51

Ridicule...Du multi sur un jeu comme celui là.

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sombre_vision
sombre_vision
MP
11 oct. 2011, 01:34

melucard ---> Il n'y aura donc pas de multi ?? Si oui je dis OUFFFF !!! je partage a dix milles % ton opinion!!! Car moi aussi quand je me détend seul c'est pas pour etre avec d'autres personnes!!! Sinon je joue a ccs/btf/ou un des 3milliards d'fps multi ...

"Edit: Bah même si y en a vraiment j'y jouerais pas donc bon. Parce que j'ai pas envie de partager un des rares moments où je me détends avec des gens que j'ai justement pas envie de voir. "

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Melucard
Melucard
MP
11 oct. 2011, 00:50

Voila ce n'est pas de moi mais tout est claire

N30795 wrote...

Bon, allez, je me contredis: je plonge dans le débat fumeux du multijoueur sur ME.

Comment voulez-vous intégrer de la co-op dans un jeu où l'action peut être figée (roue d'armes/de compétences) ? Comment voulez-vous intégrer de la co-op dans un shooter aussi lent que ME, avec un système de couverture tel que présent actuellement et la visée aussi faible ?

Ça supposerait de revoir en profondeur le système "FPS" actuellement en usage dans la franchise Mass Effect, et notamment de virer les roues de compétences, ou de les reléguer en temps réel (au risque de se faire tuer dès qu'on les ouvre).

C'est des objections qui se posent aussi à un système de multi sur carte, mais on peut imaginer dans ce cas là un jeu totalement différent (encore que ça fait beaucoup d'investissement pour pas grand chose).

Mass Effect a beau être un TPS, ce n'est pas Gears of War.

Un jeu multijoueur sur l'univers ME, pourquoi pas.
Du multijoueur dans la trilogie originale, je dis non.

Les rumeurs sur le multi ressortent tous les 3 mois, sans que pour l'instant elles n'aboutissent à quoi que ce soit. On verra.

Edit: Bah même si y en a vraiment j'y jouerais pas donc bon. Parce que j'ai pas envie de partager un des rares moments où je me détends avec des gens que j'ai justement pas envie de voir.

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zhack
zhack
MP
11 oct. 2011, 00:26

en bons journaliste... j'ai mon sourire de la journée a 00H26, elle est pas belle la vie ? XD

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