According to a new report on internet Bioware has scrapped Story DLC for Mass Effect Andromeda.
The Mass Effect series' future has been up in the air ever since Electronic Arts chose to restructure Mass Effect: Andromeda developer BioWare Montreal, but now we know that we won't be getting any additional single-player content from the series any time soon. All three Mass Effect games received single-player content after launch, with expansions like Mass Effect 2's Lair of the Shadow Broker and Mass Effect 3's Citadel earning praise for their stories and character development.
Mass Effect Andromeda is an action-adventure RPG developed by Bioware for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
It's disappointing, but the really frustrating thing for Mass Effect fans right now is that BioWare and EA still refuse to talk about it.
For now, developers are not spilling the beans just yet with regards to their DLC plans, but fans are definitely watching and waiting for more new hints to be provided.
Meanwhile, Fernando Melo, the games producer, confirmed that "we build our own dlc/patches for our games and don't hire fake companies to do so". The information comes from a now deleted post on Facebook by Sinclair Networks. It appears that this was a hoax, as several BioWare employees took to Twitter to state that they've never even heard of the company.
First, the Redditor drew attention to a tweet from a "Mass Effect" writer that seemed to suggest that the individual was working on something important.