To date, Mass Effect 2's downloadable content has been a little underwhelming, giving players who have completed the game little to do but spin their wheels. That's set to change in the coming months.
Why? Because BioWare will soon be moving on from post-game DLC and shift to pre-game DLC, with future packs planned to bridge the story between Mass Effect 2 and whatever happens in the upcoming Mass Effect 3.
"We have a bunch of packs that are in the works right now," BioWare's Casey Hudson told Videogamer. "So, for the time being there's going to be a continued stream of DLC for people. We'll start to have packs that'll tell the story between Mass Effect 2 and 3. But beyond that we kind of have to see how people are responding to what we have and go from there."
Took long enough for developers to catch on that most people buying post-game DLC are people that have, you know. Finished the game. Here's hoping for not only more Hammerhead play, but new snuggle positions with your space mate of choice.
Story between ME2 and ME3 to be told via DLC [Videogamer]