Andromeda Won't Have Any More Single-Player Updates

Rodiano Bonacci
Agosto 20, 2017

Mass Effect Andromeda has had quite the troubled existence both pre and post launch.

That is a noteworthy departure for the decade-old series. Shortly after Andromeda's launch, BioWare released patch 1.06, known for fixing problems with the cinematics, squashing a host of bugs, and improving the less-than-perfect animations. "There are no planned future patches for single-player or in-game story content". Instead, story-based multiplayer missions will extend the game's story "and we will continue to tell stories in the Andromeda Galaxy through our upcoming comics and novels".

BioWare finishes by stating that it'll be revealing details on its ongoing support for multiplayer with new missions, character kits and events for N7 Day this November. N7 Day, referencing the uniform logo of the game's protagonists, is the unofficial November 7 holiday celebrating the series. "We hope to see you again in the Mass Effect universe", the statement concludes.

If the story mode was never your thing to begin with, fear not, as the multiplayer will still be receiving regular updates with new character kits, multiplayer missions and top secret content for N7 Day. There are no planned future patches for single-player or in-game story content. Short of starting over, there's not much to be done for the inconsistent writing and repetitive, shallow quests. Going forward, it appears that while the latter may still see some new tweaks and additions, the game's mammoth single-player story has reached its conclusion. Let us know in our discussions and join us on Discord, on our Facebook page, or Twitter!

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