Andromeda Won't Be Getting Story DLC or Any Further Updates

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Bioware has just announced that it will not release any new patches for the single-player mode of Mass Effect: Andromeda. But in this instance it seems like Bioware is trying to cut all ties to a title that contained many bugs at launch, required many patches to fix, and was overall highly disappointing in many areas spanning from animations, to the in game storylines. If you enjoy the story and the characters' development, chances are you're having a blast playing this. "Since the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, we've worked hard to address feedback from our community".

BioWare wrote that the game was "designed to further expand on the Pathfinder's journey" through "story-based APEX multiplayer missions".

Our last update, 1.10, was the final update for Mass Effect: Andromeda. The game developer chose to deliver bad news to fans on Saturday evening via its official blog, confirming that it would not create any more "single-player or in-game story content" for the game.

The game's multiplayer will continue to be supported however, with new content, missions, and character kits.

All three prior Mass Effect games received single-player DLC, and Mass Effect 2's Lair of the Shadow Broker and Mass Effect 3's Citadel were particularly well-received. It concludes: "We appreciate all the millions of people who came with us to the Andromeda galaxy". What do you think the future holds for the Mass Effect series? Do you think it's a good idea for BioWare to drop support?

Regardless, we know one thing is for certain: there is still a crew at BioWare who would love to be a part of the next project, Casey Hudson very much included.

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