The Andromeda corner of the game's universe won't be tossed, but continuing stories will be relegated to special multiplayer missions and other forms of media.
Sometime "in the coming weeks," Andromeda 's multiplayer team will have news to share about new "missions, character kits, and what's in store for N7 Day [on Nov.
While an end to title updates isn't such a big deal for a game that's been out for close to half a year — unless a game-breaking bug surfaces, of course — the announcement also means something else: as had long been rumored, Andromeda 's story won't be the recipient of any add-on content.
Going all the way back to the weirdly hyped first post-release patch and awkward public address one week later, it's never felt like BioWare was really on steady footing with this game.
Subsequent reports (via Kotaku ) of a fraught five-year development process painted a clearer picture: changes in scope and studio in-fighting had effectively doomed the game while it was still being made.
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