Andromeda Will Not Receive Single-Player DLC

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While this isn't official confirmation of the DLC's nature, it certainly means that Bioware isn't done with Mass Effect: Andromeda. Some were good, like Lair of the Shadow Broker, and some were not so good, like Mass Effect 3's Citadel.

Fans of Mass Effect: Andromeda have been on a roller coaster of emotions for the last two days over news about future expansions with single-player content for the game. Andromeda was to mark the beginning of a new ME chapter, and it now appears that development woes ensured its death even before its launch, which is a true pity.

Majority of the employees there were distributed to other projects following the "chilly reception" for "Mass Effect: Andromeda", as Schreier put it. Bioware has still not commented on the issue, but we've reached out for comment. 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.

Producer Fernando Melo took to Twitter to confirm BioWare doesn't "hire fake companies" to work on DLC and patches, while producer Mike Gamble tweeted he's "never heard of Sinclair Networks".

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There isn't any sort of official confirmation that the single-player content previously planned has been canceled just yet, but as Kotaku notes it is unusual that the company has not responded to requests for comment, nor have reps gotten back to Twinfinite for clarification either.

" ".over the past few weeks I've confirmed the news with three sources familiar with the company's plans, all of whom spoke anonymously so as not to jeopardize their careers.

The future for Mass Effect, however, looks dismal.