Not yet, anyway, according to EA executive vice prez Patrick Söderlund, who thinks that a lot of the criticism about Mass Effect: Andromeda was also kind of unreasonable, and that a new sequel is definitely a thing that could happen in the future.
I mean, we kind of knew this already, but BioWare has now confirmed that there’s definitely no single-player DLC in the works, and that the game update released three weeks or so back was the last one for campaign stuff. Any unresolved plot points will be sorted out through other media, apparently, and future updates will focus on multiplayer instead.
Previously available as an Origin Access exclusive, BioWare has now made its free Mass Effect: Andromeda demo available to the public on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. The demo includes both the campaign’s first planetary location and unlimited multiplayer for up to 10 hours, and if you decide to buy it, all progress will be saved and transferred over into the full game.
Mass Effect: Andromeda had a somewhat… controversial launch for a number, of, reasons, but I thought it was totally rad even though nobody wanted to bang me.
A recent update for the PC version of Mass Effect: Andromeda has improved facial animations (again), solved some problems, and added some new stuff to the multiplayer section of the game, according to the patch notes over on BioWare’s blog. Not according to the patch notes, however, is that the game’s Denuvo anti-tamper tech has apparently also been removed. Yo ho ho, and whatever.
In response to Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s somewhat, uh, mixed reception with both critics and fans, BioWare has apparently put any more sequels on hold for the moment, and redistributed the game’s developers from its Montreal studio to other ongoing projects, including the super secret (and now also delayed) new IP codenamed “Dylan”. So that’s a bummer.
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