Bioware promises future editions of Mass Effect: Deception will be more consistent with the source material's lore.
Recently, more invested fans of Mass Effect were horrified to discover that Mass Effect: Deception, the series' latest spin-off novel, was filled with errors and inconsistencies. The fans responded by creating a massive, all-ecompassing list of the book's various transgressions, and one user took the time to dress up as a terrifying, Mass Effect-themed Klansman before setting the book on fire.
Bioware has heard the fans' angry hooting and community coordinator Chris Priestly responded thusly:
Mass Effect fans have been asking for a comment on recent concerns over Mass Effect: Deception. We have been listening and have the below response on the issue.
The teams at Del Rey and BioWare would like to extend our sincerest apologies to the Mass Effect fans for any errors and oversights made in the recent novel Mass Effect: Deception. We are currently working on a number of changes that will appear in future editions of the novel.
We would like to thank all Mass Effect fans for their passion and dedication to this ever-growing world, and assure them that we are listening and taking this matter very seriously.
And with this, gentle readers, we have come full circle. Bioware is going to patch a book. It's now only a matter of time before they announce extra chapters as DLC.