According to some rumors, BioWare would have suspended the production of DLCs dedicated to the Mass Effect Andromeda story to focus solely on Anthem, a new IP of the company announced at E3 2017 in Los Angeles.
The news is not official, as it comes from a post on the Facebook page of Sinclair Networks, a company that works in outsourcing for large companies in the sector and was developing DLC related to the story of Mass Effect Andromeda.
The post, deleted a few minutes after the release was having the following statements: “This news saddens us to say, but it was made official after a meeting this week that there will be no story DLC for Mass Effect Andromeda. Due to issues in initial production, heavy critique, significant delays in other projects it was decided to shelve the franchise for the time being and all resources and outsourcing are being focused to the 2018 release of Anthem.
For the moment the Mass Effect series will be on ice until BioWare can decide which direction the franchise will go.
The only content that will be produced will be the recurring APEX missions as well as patches as and when needed.”
BioWare has not commented on the story, for a few weeks, however, rumors have taken place regarding the pausing of the franchise after the critical and public results obtained by Mass Effect Andromeda. In any case, we invite you to take the news with due precautions awaiting for any confirmation or denial by the company.