BioWare has celebrated N7 Day with a blog post leading to a tease of the next “Mass Effect” game.

The post included a list of ordinary merchandise available for purchase with fans quickly finding binary code hidden within the post that spells out the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet – Epsilon.

That’s fitting for what will be the fifth game in the series and one that’s expected to serve as a follow-up to “Mass Effect 3” with the action taking place in the Milky Way – albeit centuries after the original trilogy and the defeat of the Reapers.

This led to brief video clip teasers which EA has now assembled into one thirty-second clip which can be seen below with fans advised to “look closely”.

The clip features a female character walking through a hangar, turning around to reveal a jacket with the N7 logo on it, but a helmet obscures their identity. The title card Mass Effect appears.

The blog post by franchise director Mike Gamble goes on to say that many of the questions fans have had since “Mass Effect 3” they have also had:

“We’ve asked ourselves many of the same questions you’ve asked us over the years! What happened to everyone you know and love in the games? Who really died? Who had kids with whom? What does a baby volus sound like? What about all the galaxies? The endings! What the heck is going on with our Asari scientist-turned-Shadowbroker? What about S— nevermind… you get the idea.

And of course, to those questions, there are answers, but you’ll have to wait to hear them. And anything we do say won’t be easy to find, just like you’ve come to expect from our #N7Day teases.”

The fifth game remains in the pre-production stages as BioWare is focused on completing “Dragon Age: Dreadwolf” for a hopeful 2024 release. Once that’s done, full attention will shift to the next “Mass Effect”.

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