BioWare co-founders Greg Zeschuk and Ray Muzyka have discussed the "very, very broad" possibilities for the future of the Mass Effect franchise.
In fact, the studio is already hammering out the details for continuing the franchise, the pair told Forbes.
"Certainly the setting has really resonated with people, the type of aliens in the world, the type of people that inhabit space," Zeschuk said in an interview, adding that unsurprisingly, the main focus at the moment is on Mass Effect 3.
"Obviously we focus first and foremost on nailing it on this game, and then, you know, the possibilities in the future are very, very broad."
"We want to make sure it's awesome. [Mass Effect 3] is our first focus," added Muzyka.
"Beyond that, we do have a desire to continue the Mass Effect franchise, and we're working on the details, figuring out what the fans want, figuring out the right way."
Earlier in the month a CVG report pointed to a Mass Effect 3 multiplayer mode.