BioWare is currently working on some unannounced and untitled DLC for Mass Effect 3, according to Eurogamer and some comments made by BioWare designed Jos Hendricks.
Over on the official BioWare forums, Hendricks stated that, 'It's all hands on deck for this one. Pretty much every ME3 DLC writer here in Edmonton is involved.' This suggests that the DLC is going to be pretty heavily story-driven and will most likely extend the singleplayer campaign. The most recently released DLC, Mass Effect 3: Omega was produced by BioWare Montreal, a secondary team of developers for Mass Effect 3.With the as-yet-unannounced upcoming DLC, however, development has shifted back to BioWare Edmonton - the team responsible for core development on the Mass Effect trilogy.
If you needed further evidence that this was going to be a pretty cinematic DLC offering, series composer Sam Hulick has chimed in, saying that he has been working on fresh music for the upcoming content.
What I'm up to lately: working on an unannounced Mass Effect 3 DLC! More details on this coming later on.— Sam Hulick (@SamHulick) December 4, 2012
Interestingly, Seth Green has also returned for this upcoming DLC to record fresh dialogue for Joker, the pilot of the Normandy. This marks the first time that Green has returned for Mass Effect DLC, which is indeed intriguing.
Stay tuned to FPS General for more information on Mass Effect 3's upcoming DLC offering, we'll be sure to follow up as we learn more about the content.