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BioWare Will No Longer Support Mass Effect: Andromeda's Single Player

BioWare Will No Longer Support Mass Effect: Andromeda's Single Player

That's the sad news that was delivered by BioWare on Saturday, when they took to their official website to share some details. The studio admitted that they've been hard at work to make sure that gameplay is fantastic for each player, simply by listening to player's feedback and concerns. From improving animations to expanding customization options, we looked to respond to your concerns, and build on what you loved. The statement effectively confirms the studio will not make any more technical changes to the way the campaign runs. Instead, the developer states that it will "continue to tell stories in the Andromeda Galaxy" through tie-in "comics and novels", some of which will reveal the fate of the quarian ark.

It will release new content including character kits, missions, and more for the multiplayer experience.

Basically, every story point left unanswered in Mass Effect Andromeda shall now be answered through APEX missions and other mediums.

Sad news hit the Mass Effect fanbase yesterday evening, as BioWare announced that support for the single player story of Mass Effect Andromeda has been discontinued after patch 1.10, with no more updates on the horizon.

Back in June, Engadget spoke to Electronic Arts Executive Vice President Patrick Soderlund, who admitted that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" had its bugs and glitches. "We hope to see you again in the Mass Effect universe", finished BioWare. "We will make sure that we rectify that going forward".

The team confirmed that the 1.10 update for Mass Effect: Andromeda was the final patch for the single player campaign, and that any and all further updates from here on out will focus on multiplayer content. It is now playable on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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