Henry Cavill accidentally leaked a secret Mass Effect project

Henry Cavill has already become a part of “The Witcher” universe, starring in the Netflix series of the same name. Now the actor is teasing a new project, and it looks like this time Kavila will be included in Mass Effect.

The other day, the actor posted a photo from the dressing room. In addition to a bottle with mysterious contents (most likely an elixir), a part of the text can be seen in the photo, which was prudently “blurred” before publication. Yet Cavill underestimated Internet users, and the cipher was quickly solved.

After removing the “blur” through the Focus Magic program, users found the keywords: “Cerberus“, “Citadel“, “Reaper” and “Tali’Zorah“. BioWare fans have already guessed what this is about – Cavill is holding a text related to the Mass Effect universe.

What is the text? Gamepressure conducted a small investigation and found out that the photo included an excerpt from the storyline of Mass Effect 3 from the English-language “Wikipedia”. Perhaps the actor is holding in his hands a sketch of a screenplay for an acting audition, which describes the setting and highlights of the universe.

“Following the events on Tuchanka and a failed coup by Cerberus to take over the Citadel, the quarians offer their support to the Alliance if Shepard helps them reclaim their homeworld, Rannoch, from the geth. Assisted by a quarian, either Tali’Zorah or Admiral Daro’Xen, Shepard boards a geth dreadnought and rescues a captive geth unit, either Legion or a facsimile occupied by a geth virtual intelligence (VI), then disables the Reaper control signal over the geth.”

A Mass Effect TV series? Given that over the past couple of years, various studios have regularly announced adaptations of famous game franchises, it is possible that Electronic Arts also wanted to turn the space opera into a series. We’ll find out what Cavill got himself into this time after the official announcement.

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