BioWare boss Greg Zeschuk has said the company is looking into more downloadable content for action role-playing game, Mass Effect.
When asked directly in a recent interview about more DLC, Zeschuk simply replied: "We're talking about that. You know how we are.
"We're always very circumspect until we can go "Aha! There it is!" With everything we build now, we want to have this long-term relationship with the customer and always have something for them to try. So we're definitely looking at that for Mass Effect."
He added: "We're also looking at some other post-release content. We're working away. BioWare's pretty busy these days."
Bring Down The Sky was Mass Effect's first downloadable addition, and offered an optional side quest for 400 Microsoft Points (£3.40). However, it failed to impress gamers on its release in March.
The additional content was then released for free for the PC version of the game.
BioWare is currently working on a second installment for the Mass Effect trilogy, but hopefully it won't be long until we get some more DLC for numero uno.