BioWare has bad news for those who have been waiting for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, the Sci-Fi role-playing third-person shooter game that it’s a sequel to Mass Effect 3. The upcoming game will be released in “early 2017” because BioWare wants “to deliver everything the game can be and should be”.
BioWare has confirmed, through a blog post, that Mass Effect Andromeda will be unveiled at the EA Play conference that will take place on June 12, but the game will be released at the beginning of next year, because the developer wants to make sure that the fans will enjoy playing it.
Mass Effect: Andromeda was teased last year, at E3 and it was rumored that the game will be launched in 2016, although a delay was taken into consideration. In March, an EA executive said that the game will make its appearance in fiscal Q4 a three-month period that starts in January and ends in March.
Recently, BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn has posted on the company’s official blog that the release of the Mass Effect Andromeda had to be delayed until the project will meet internal quality standards. He also said that “As we’ve been playing the game at the studio recently, it’s showing us that we’re taking the game in the right direction,” “But we also know we need the right amount of time to make sure we deliver everything the game can be and should be – that’s our commitment from all of us to all of you. Because of that, Mass Effect: Andromeda will now ship in early 2017.”
BioWare has worked hard on making Mass Effect: Andromeda a great game and Aaryn Flynn has talked about some of the changes that will be made to the upcoming game:
• Players will have more freedom to do whatever they want in order to improve their Mass Effect experience;
• Players will forget about the Milky Way and will explore Andromeda, where they’ll explore new worlds, meet new characters, make new friends or fight against new enemies;
• Mass Effect: Andromeda will be built on the Frostbite engine and will offer high quality visuals, a better story and gameplay.
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