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Mass Effect: Andromeda

No more single-player Mass Effect: Andromeda updates

Bioware has decided to call it quits (mostly).

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It has been several weeks since we heard rumours that Bioware had decided to scrap its single-player expansion plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and that the studio wanted to finish a few updates before leaving the game behind. Both EA and Bioware denied the rumours at the time, but now we have our confirmation.

Bioware has announced that there won't be any more updates coming to the game. This means that 1.10 was the final update for a title that proved divisive among fans.

It's not a total departure, and a number of people will continue to work on it and support the multiplayer component, delivering additional content the coming months. Everyone else, however, has now officially moved on to other projects, with Bioware Montreal recently merging with EA Motive.

Mass Effect: Andromeda
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