Developer BioWare has announced that the Operation VIGILANCE for Mass Effect 3, which has taken place last week in the multiplayer side of the game, has failed to produce the desired results.
The official message, coming from Admiral Hackett, reads, “Before our drones could complete their assignments, our troops were overrun by enemy forces. It is clear they knew what we were trying to do. Our troops were forced to salvage what they could before withdrawing from the battlefield. While we will put the salvaged materials to good use, we’ve learned very little about the initial attacks or how we might counter similar attacks in the future.”
It’s not clear if the failure is a sign that BioWare has set the targets for the Operation too high or whether it indicates that the number of gamers who are still involved with the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer is swindling.
The company has revealed that it has plans to offer more single and multiplayer DLC for the game.