Ten years of Mass Effect N7 day celebrations fall a little flat.
Released in March, Mass Effect: Andromeda is heading to EA/Origin Access before the end of the year.
Mass Effect may return says EA’s Patrick Soderlund but it has to be fresh.
EA and Bioware step away from the game but will provide multiplayer support.
In an effort to squeeze just a few more sales out of the under-performing Mass Effect: Andromeda, EA have sanctioned a free 10 hour trial.
BioWare’s side quest to improve the facial animation in Mass Effect: Andromeda continues today, in the release of patch 1.09.
The Mass Effect: Andromeda patch (1.08) sketched out by BioWare the other day will be released tomorrow, 8 June.
Another patch is on the way for Mass Effect: Andromeda taking the game to version 1.08.
Bioware release all the notes as the patch releases on all platforms. It’s fairly large.
BioWare’s Mike Gamble has given a date and time for the next Mass Effect: Andromeda patch; it’s on the way tomorrow.
EA slips in a new version of Denuvo to stop future piracy.
Crackers are getting faster. Is Denuvo really working?
BioWare know they have a mess on their hands with Mass Effect: Andromeda, and have today outlined how they intend to retroactively fix it up.
A patch has been deployed to help PC gamers with a few issues.
Bioware wants to share Mass Effect: Andromeda in 4K with the help of Nvidia. How nice of them.