Mass Effect 3 executive producer Casey Hudson has said the developer intends to support the game with new for some time following its March release.
Asked about the future of the series now development of Mass Effect 3 is complete, he told CVG the studio has an exciting DLC plan in place.
"We are going to be supporting Mass Effect 3 for quite some time, because I think people are going to have a lot of fun with multiplayer, and we'll be supporting that with new content as we go forward," Hudson said.
"We also have a really good DLC plan, like we had for Mass Effect 2, so there will be new adventures and new things to do. Then, beyond that, we'll just have to wait and see."
Hudson also gave us an update on the company's latest trans-media plans for the series.
"We've got an ongoing relationship with Dark Horse [for comics], and we've got some stuff coming out of that. We've got the feature-film in the works. We've also got an anime movie that's coming out - it's getting pretty close to being done, and it's looking fantastic.
"All these things tell different facets of the overall storyline, but it's still ultimately the full story of the trilogy. So when fans check out a novel, a comic-book or a movie, they're seeing parts of the same story that really flesh out the details we can't otherwise show you in the game."