One dedicated fan continues to refine a mod for Electronic Arts and BioWare’s action role-playing game Mass Effect: Andromeda that fixes the title’s flaws.
2017 may have been one of the best years for gaming in recent memory, but it was not without its disappointments. Here are the 5 games that fell short this year.
After Electronic Arts closes down Visceral Games, Game Rant takes a look at the publisher’s long history and the developers that have shut up shop along the way.
Electronic Arts executive Patrick Soderlund sees ‘no reason’ not to make another Mass Effect game, despite some raising concerns about the series’ future.
BioWare confirms that single-player development has ended on Mass Effect: Andromeda and no further content will release, though multiplayer support will continue.
An ex-gameplay designer on Mass Effect: Andromeda discusses the merger of BioWare Montreal and EA Motive, revealing an environment ‘worse’ than anyone realizes.
Mass Effect: Andromeda lead designer Ian Frazier confirms that his post-merger role is now with EA Motive, working on a brand new intellectual property.
Mass Effect: Andromeda developer BioWare Montreal joins the Star Wars Battlefront 2 development team at EA Motive, but what does it mean for both game series?
EA sends out a survey to Mass Effect: Andromeda players, seeking feedback about the game and its problems, also helping BioWare to prepare for the series’ future.
Electronic Arts announces a free trial for Mass Effect: Andromeda, with the BioWare-developed title available for ten hours free up until November 1, 2017.
The PC version of Mass Effect: Andromeda is no longer protected by Denuvo’s anti-piracy DRM, which was removed with the release of patch 1.09 by BioWare.
A Mass Effect: Andromeda fan releases a mod that allows players to fly around each planet as if they were Iron Man, gliding through the sky above the Kett.
BioWare releases an official teaser trailer that points toward the eventual addition of a Platinum Difficulty mode for its action-RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Mass Effect: Andromeda producer Fernando Melo offers some clarification regarding single player DLC rumors, which last week suggested add-on content was cancelled.
Sources close to BioWare report that Mass Effect: Andromeda’s single-player DLC plans are cancelled, with the franchise’s future as a whole to remain uncertain.
Over the past few days, it’s been rumored that BioWare has shelved plans to release DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda, but now it seems that those reports come from a hoax.
Cryptic messages and teases by the BioWare development team suggest that Mass Effect: Andromeda may add new content to resolve unfinished threads from the game.