BioWare comes forward to explain Mass Effect: Andromeda’s DLC speculations

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Many rumors and speculations have surrounded the popular game Mass Effect: Andromeda. The third-person shooter has been available since March 2017 and many wondered if the game’s publisher will make additional content for it.

The latest rumors suggested that the game will not have a DLC. Amid all these speculations, BioWare came forward to solve the mystery and explain whether or not the rumors are true.

What the Canadian company did was to discredit the source; however they did not deny the rumor. This attitude led to even more speculations and gossip.

What happened next?

Another source claimed that the shooter video game was never to have a DLC in the first place. This leaves fans wondering and in the same position as a couple of days ago. Will the game end here or will it have additional content added?

Since the situation created even more chaos, Fernando Melo, Andromeda’s produce twitted that even if he cannot talk about future actions regarding the game, the company has always taken pride in building their own DLC’s and they have not and will never hire other companies to do so.

Which is the company Melo is referring to?

The company Melo refers to is Sinclair Networks. According to several sources, the BioWare company supposedly wanted to use Sinclaire Networks to develop Mass Effect: Andromeda DLC.

Mass Effect: Andromeda was published by Electronic Arts and can be played on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The story of the game takes place in the 22nd century in the Milky Way Galaxy. 22nd-century people plan to populate the Andromeda Galaxy and the main character, the player will assume the identity of Sara/Scott Ryder. She/He is a military recruit who takes part in the conquest of the Andromeda Galaxy.

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