Jennifer Hale, who you might know as the voice of female Commander Shepherd, hasn't been contacted about recording any new content for Mass Effect 3, indicating BioWare has yet to take any firm steps to address complaints about the ending.
Speaking to Edge, Hale said she was taken aback by the furore surrounding the trilogy's conclusion, but was happy to see that people are passionate about the game.
"I was surprised about the level of passion about the ending," she said. "But there's something really great about that, too: It says people are invested and they really care and they don't want to let go, which is awesome because I don't, either."
Although she isn't privy to whether BioWare will be changing the ending, Hale said she's ready and willing to reprise her role as FemShep for any new content or alterations.
"I have mixed feelings about [the prospect of a new ending]," she admitted. "I really respect the team and what they did and how hard they worked. And endings are hard! They're cutting new ground; the players are so involved in this game that to come up with an ending to something everyone's got their hand in is a huge challenge."
In an open letter to fans, BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka said last month the studio is "hard at work on a number of game content initiatives that will help answer the questions, providing more clarity for those seeking further closure to their journey". He also committed to continuing to provide "new Mass Effect content and new full games" in the future.