It seems like anytime BioWare releases new patches or DLC it gets mined and leaks the next update. Well it has happened again as the newest update has been data mined and has revealed leaks about the next piece of Mass Effect 3’s DLC. According to Clever Noob forum user TSA_383, there are references in the data to a multiplayer DLC called the Reckoning.
The data uncovered references that indicate the next piece of Mass Effect 3 DLC will include co-op story based missions. Apparently there is even evidence that this new co-op mode will use save data collected from the users single player campaign play through. In addition, the Reckoning DLC was also leaked on the Xbox Marketplace, which indicates that there will be six co-op missions, four new maps, “hazard variations” to the Earth maps, and there will be new kits for different races.
There has been a lot of speculation that the co-op missions will somehow tie into the single player campaign, but it is not know how. BioWare has said that in mid February we will learn more about the next Mass Effect 3 DLC, so we won’t have to wait long for new details to become official.