The final update the game saw was 1.10, which only included a small list of tweaks and bug fixes.
"The game was created to further expand on the Pathfinder's journey through this new galaxy with story-based APEX multiplayer missions", the developer stated.
BioWare vowed to fixMass Effect: Andromeda's numerous teething troubles shortly after launch, but there's apparently only so much it can do.
Story-based APEX multiplayer missions will also "further expand on the Pathfinder's journey" through Andromeda, but as far as Mass Effect: Andromeda's single-player content is concerned, BioWare has nothing planned whatsoever.
Bioware has just announced that it will not release any new patches for the single-player mode of Mass Effect: Andromeda. BioWare and EA aren't happy with the game, and they aren't about to sink more time into the solo side of it. However, the game's multiplayer will still receive ongoing support, including new character kits and missions, details for which will be revealed at a later date. That doesn't mean Mass Effect on its way out, though. "We hope to see you again in the Mass Effect universe", the statement concludes.
A continuation of updated content for Mass Effect: Andromeda has been questionable in the past after players' responses to the newest installment in the series, so the news likely isn't completely unexpected to those who have been following the game. Do you think it's a good idea for BioWare to drop support?