Now it is official: No further content or updates are released for the singleplayer mode of “Mass Effect: Andromeda”. The support is limited to the multiplayer part of the SciFi-Rollenspiel.
BioWare has announced that you should not expect any more singleplayer updates for “Mass Effect: Andromeda”. This will no longer exist. With the version 1.10, the last improvements and changes in the single player part of the SciFi-RPG. If you have hoped for more content for this part of the game, then you have to bury these hopes.
The BioWare team has worked hard to implement Comunity feedback. At the same time, the players’ concerns should be considered. BioWare would like to thank all gamers who have been involved in “Mass Effect: Andromeda”, and is proud of the RPG.
The multiplayer support of “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is not set. This component is still being worked on, so that at least two additional APEX multiplayer missions can be expected. “In the coming weeks, our multiplayer team will share details about further support and the upcoming content – including new multiplayer missions, character kits, and the things planned for the N7 Day,” it says.
In addition, the upcoming comics and novels will continue the action. The team also hopes that you will be back in the “Mass Effect” universe. The complete statement to the end of the single-player support of “Mass Effect Andromeda” you can find on the official side of the title.