Following the latest gameplay reveal for Mass Effect: Andromeda at the NVIDIA keynote at CES 2017, some new information has surfaced regarding the game. Mass Effect: Andromeda will not have a Season Pass.
This information was revealed courtesy of a Twitter exchange between Aaryn Flynn, general manager of BioWare Canada, and a fan, who questioned the likelihood of the game having a Season Pass. To this Aaryn Flynn just replied with a simple “Nope”.
When the fan questioned Flynn further about whether the developer was intending to release story content for free, or just opting to forgo additional singleplayer content in favor of multiplayer, Flynn stated that they would talk about that “later”.
— Aaryn Flynn (@AarynFlynn) January 7, 2017
If it turns out that all DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda is in fact free, then this would mark the second time in recent memory that publisher Electronic Arts has decided to utilize this model after the release of Titanfall 2 back in October last year.
We also recently learned that the game would run at different resolutions on consoles, with it running on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One at 1080p and 900p respectively, at a set frame rate of 30.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is slated for release on 21st March, 2017, for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the PC.