Sources Confirm No Single-Player DLC for Mass Effect Andromeda

Alicia Guzman
July 3, 2017

Kotaku is reporting that several sources within BioWare have confirmed that there will be no single-player DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Fans will be disappointed to know that BioWare is not planning to release single-player downloadable content (DLC) for "Mass Effect: Andromeda". This normally would have been cause for a sigh of relief since BioWare has a good track record with Mass Effect expansions and many were anticipating one in Andromeda, however the situation isn't so simple.


This news isn't surprising now, as horror story after horror story has emerged about Andromeda's development cycle, but it does mark a first for the series. Bioware has still not commented on the issue, but we've reached out for comment.

There were rumors back in May that the series had been put on indefinite hold and Bioware employees transferred to new projects. 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. A report from Kotaku confirms that there will be no single-player DLC for Andromeda. There are few people left at BioWare Montreal who could even work on it.

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Sinclair Networks, the company which provides network solutions for a range of different developers, took to facebook and posted about the cancellation of Andromeda story DLC.

Michael Gamble and Fernando Melo, producers of the title, reported on Twitter that everything was a hoax and that the company which had published the information was false.

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This will come as sad news to anyone that is looking forward to Mass Effect content in the near future.

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