You Won’t Approve Of The “Mass Effect: Andromeda” Release Date

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If you’ve been hoping for Andromeda to be released this year (as BioWare had promised), we hate to break it to you but it doesn’t seem likely anymore. Based on the recent announcement confirmed by EA Games, you wouldn’t be seeing the games on the shelves until the first quarter of 2017.

And the thing is, even though it was initially said to be released end of this year, we have hardly any solid information about the game yet. But one thing’s for sure: Andromeda’s setting is far away from the familiarity of Commander Shephard’s world and will introduce a new set of characters.

Then, there’s also going to be some references to previous games that will be featured on Mass Effect: Andromeda, so be sure to keep an eye out for that one. But here’s a heads up; if you’re looking to see Joker, Liara, Garrus or Tali again, you should know it’s not the place to be, instead, there’s the krogans and humans that would add to the sense of familiarity.

But then again, are you really still going to wait for the release that’s due next year? What if they decided to delay it again? *touchwood*