The Battlefields, Hangar Bays and Future Guns of Mass Effect 3

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Brian Sum is a concept artist who has worked for Canadian developers BioWare since 2007. Before that, he'd been at Sierra and Microsoft's FASA Studio.

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As a senior concept artist working on Mass Effect 3, Sum has produced some stunning vistas for many of the game's galactic locations, ranging from the inside of alien starships to futuristic gardens to space nightclubs.

He also worked on some of the unit design for the game, as well as many of Mass Effect 3's new weapons.

If you like what you see, and want to check out more of Brian's work, head to his personal site.

To see more of Mass Effect 3's concept art, check out Matt Rhodes' amazing work on the game.

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DISCUSSION

koda89
Koda Kazar

You know, that's probably one of the biggest things I like about ME3. The variety of weapons. Think about it like this, pretty much every weapon you see in ME1 and ME2 are either human made, Geth made, or Collector made.

In ME3, we get to see Krogan(and yes technically the Claymore shotgun from ME2 is a Krogan weapon, but only because they are the only race that can withstand the kickback created by that human made shotgun), Salarian, Turian, Quarian, Prothean, and Asari weapons. And that's on top of an even more expanded list of human weapons.