While more "Mass Effect" is the biggest tease to come out of N7 Day, BioWare also showed off some new N7 apparel from J!NX in honor of the 11th anniversary, as well as some fan art and multiple giveaways and contests to celebrate with on the official BioWare Twitter and Facebook pages.
Ever since Mass Effect: Andromeda failed to generate critical acclaim and sales, it seemed as though EA had placed the franchise on hold.More news: Trump warns House Democrats against investigating his administration
It's been more than 10 years since we were introduced to the magnificent world and characters of BioWare's Mass Effect series. It also includes an announcement that the studio turned out a free update for Andromeda on Xbox One X that improves the game's graphics. We've played through an epic trilogy to see the end of Commander Shepard's story and then traveled to another galaxy for a brand new adventure in 2017's Mass Effect: Andromeda. It's unclear what this means, but it could point towards Mass Effect 4, and not a spin-off like Mass Effect: Andromeda.
But BioWare shouldn't wait long for the next installment given all the possibilities the Mass Effect universe contains.More news: Emma Thompson becomes a dame but doesn't get to kiss Prince William
It sure does seem like Hudson's lingering look at the camera is a meaningful wink to fans, letting them know that the Mass Effect series hasn't been killed off in a boardroom somewhere. N7 Day used to represent a time when BioWare would get all chatty and nostalgic over its sci-fi series, but it's safe to say that here and now, in 2018, the enthusiasm from both the developer and the fans - ourselves included - isn't quite what it used to be.More news: Canada Post rotating strike hitting London on Monday