Alexis Kennedy - who created Fallen London, was creative director of the marvellous Sunless Sea, and who has recently been writing parts of the next Dragon Age for BioWare - has unveiled a deeply imaginative new narrative game called Cultist Simulator. Show More Summary
Mass Effect: Andromeda’s single-player campaign has reached its final form as BioWare will no longer release any updates for this main mode. “Our last update, 1.10, was the final update for Mass Effect: Andromeda,” BioWare said in a statement about the game’s fate. “There are no planned future patches for single-player or in-game story content.”...
In late June, it was reported that Mass Effect Andromeda would not be getting any single player DLC. This was shocking considering how every game in the series received numerous DLC. The reports […] The post Bioware Officially Cancels All Single Player DLC for Mass Effect Andromeda appeared first on Geek.com.
We all knew it was coming sooner or later after the dearth of news regarding any single-player DLC, but apparently EA isn't even giving BioWare a whole year to update and maintain Mass Effect: Andromeda's single-player content.
This weekend, BioWare posted an update regarding what the future holds for Mass Effect: Andromeda: apparently nothing, as the game's most recent update is the last patch that the sci-fi RPG will see.This is of no real surprise, especially...Show More Summary
Mass Effect Andromeda won't be receiving any new single-player content or patches. That's the news from BioWare, which announced that the only updates from this point forward would be for the multiplayer version of the game. The post BioWare Kills Mass Effect Andromeda DLC, No More Single-Player Patches appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Updates to the multiplayer will continue in the form of missions and character items.
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EA and Bioware just killed Mass Effect: Andromeda. I played Warframe. Nazis: I hate those guys. And Antifa, too.
The era of Mass Effect may not have completely come to an end, but that’s certainly how it feels with BioWare confirming a long-running rumor this weekend. Mass Effect: Andromeda is not getting single-player story DLC.
Mass Effect: Andromeda's single-player campaign has reached its final form as BioWare will no longer release any updates for this main mode. "Our last update, 1.10, was the final update for Mass Effect: Andromeda," BioWare said in a statement about the game's fate. Show More Summary
BioWare has announced it's no longer supporting the game with single-player updates and content.
BioWare vowed to fix Mass Effect: Andromeda's numerous teething troubles shortly after launch, but there's apparently only so much it can do. The studio has revealed that its 1.10 patch is the last single-player update for the game -- in a confirmation of rumors, there won't be any solo-focused patches or (more importantly) downloadable content. Show More Summary
Depending on who you ask, Dragon Age is either one of the best RPG franchises to come out of BioWare in a long time or a lot of failed potential from a once great company. While I never personally cared for the series, I do admire how...Show More Summary
Mass Effect might have been put on ice and all recent attention diverted to Anthem, but BioWare still has a long plan for its Dragon Age franchise. Dragon Age boss Mike Laidlaw told a fan on Twitter his team already had ideas for a "theoretical" Dragon Age 5. Show More Summary
Mass Effect Andromeda ultimately left me disappointed – but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it. Back when Andromeda launched both Brenna and I racked up hefty hour-counts in the game before release, and it’s true: it was a disappointment. The thing is, though: it was a disappointment that got better. A lot better. As […]
Mass Effect: Andromeda developer BioWare Montreal is closing its doors, so to speak. Publisher Electronic Arts has revealed that the studio will be merging with EA's other Montreal developer Motive Studios, with the combined team working...Show More Summary
BioWare Montreal, the studio behind the troubled Mass Effect: Andromeda, will be merged with EA Motive. Basically this means that the studio is basically going to take all of its developers (or many of them at least) and employ them at EA Motive. For those who don’t remember EA Motive, it’s the studio formed by […] Read More: EA will merge BioWare Montreal with Motive Studios
Recently BioWare have made a lot of headlines. First, Mass Effect lead Casey Hudson returned to the fold after the departure of Aaryn Flynn. Then, sadly, we learned yesterday of the passing of long-time developer Corey Gaspur. This morning sees news that the studio's Montreal branch is to be absorbed into Jade Raymond's EA Motive Studios. Show More Summary