03 July, 2017
The whole hubbub started earlier when a studio called Sinclair Networks said its deal to produce three DLC packs for Andromeda was cancelled due to poor reception. While it's nearly traditional to see post-release content launched for Mass Effect games, it appears that Andromeda is going to break the cycle. The situation got out of hand so badly that BioWare and EA had to take to official channels once again and tell people once and for all (hopefully) that there is no final secret DLC coming to Mass Effect: Andromeda. Some were good, like Lair of the Shadow Broker, and some were not so good, like Mass Effect 3's Citadel.
According to a new report on internet Bioware has scrapped Story DLC for Mass Effect Andromeda.
It's no secret that Mass Effect: Andromeda was met with an overtly negative response when it finally came to consoles and PCs around the world.More news: Saudi Arabia says no negotiations over Qatar demands
"There are few people left at BioWare Montreal who could even work on it", Schreier explains. Kotaku first reported in April that BioWare shelved plans for a Mass Effect: Andromeda sequel and transferred its employees to other BioWare studios to work on other projects like Anthem.
With the franchise placed on hiatus and the news of no story DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda, the future of Mass Effect is increasingly looking like a gloomy one.
Producer Mike Gamble simply said on Twitter, "Never heard of Sinclair Networks". "While we can't talk about future yet, I can def say we build our own dlc/patches for our games and don't hire fake companies to do so", wrote producer Fernando Melo.