03 July, 2017
Yesterday it was informed about a new controversial situation involving Mass Effect: Andromeda, as a false publication on Facebook that had sowed doubt in the fans mind because it was asserted that BioWare was no longer working for the game and all the DLC of the story mode had been canceled.
In April, as we reported, BioWare scaled down its Montreal studio, whose staff had developed Mass Effect: Andromeda with help from BioWare's other studios in Edmonton and Austin.
BioWare and Electronic Arts debunked rumors that the expected story DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda was outsourced and then canceled, but it appears that the controversial title will indeed not be getting a single-player update.
With the franchise placed on hiatus and the news of no story DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda, the future of Mass Effect is increasingly looking like a gloomy one. However while it wasn't exactly bad, it did not live up to the hype and it seems that many gamers were a bit disappointed with it, so much so that apparently the future of the franchise has been put on hold.
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Speaking with three sources familiar with BioWare's plans, Kotaku has found out that single-player DLC just isn't in the cards for Andromeda.
It's unclear why BioWare has not yet talked about these plans publicly - and the company did not respond to multiple requests for comment over the past two weeks - but this will no doubt come as sad news to Mass Effect fans. The information comes from a now deleted post on Facebook by Sinclair Networks.
Electronic Arts and BioWare even look like they have moved on from Mass Effect, especially with the amount of hype that it is pushing for the upcoming Anthem.