BioWare is dropping support for Mass Effect: Andromeda’s single-player

In a matter from a Mass Effect: Andromeda team, it’s been reliable that a single-player apportionment of a diversion will no longer accept ongoing support. The final refurbish was 1.10, that enclosed a tiny list of tweaks and bug fixes. Shortly after Andromeda’s launch, BioWare expelled patch 1.06, famous for regulating problems with a cinematics, squashing a horde of bugs,  and improving a less-than-perfect animations. 


Here’s a matter in full:

“With any patch, we let us know we were streamer in a right direction, and we’re beholden to everybody who assimilated us on this journey. We’re unapproachable of what we created, and we wish we enjoyed it as well.

Early in development, we motionless to concentration Mass Effect: Andromeda’s story on a Pathfinder, a scrutiny of a Andromeda galaxy, and a dispute with a Archon. The diversion was designed to serve enhance on a Pathfinder’s tour by this new star with story-based APEX multiplayer missions and we will continue to tell stories in a Andromeda Galaxy by a arriving comics and novels, including a predestine of a quarian ark.

Our final update, 1.10, was a final refurbish for Mass Effect: Andromeda. There are no designed destiny rags for single-player or in-game story content.

In a entrance weeks, a multiplayer group will yield sum of their ongoing support and arriving content, including new multiplayer missions, impression kits, and what’s in store for N7 Day.

We conclude all a millions of people who came with us to a Andromeda galaxy. We wish to see we again in a Mass Effect universe.

The Mass Effect Andromeda Team

If a story mode isn’t your thing, Andromeda’s multiplayer mode will still be updated with new multiplayer missions, impression kits, and tip calm for N7 Day—breathe easy. 

It’s no vital warn that BioWare wants to call it a day on Andromeda’s single-player. Short of starting over, there’s not most to be finished for a unsuitable essay and repetitive, shoal quests. It’s not a favorite Mass Effect, though even so, it’s unhappy to see it come and go so abruptly. Here’s to anticipating Anthem can fill a void. 


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