Looking to the future.
With N7 Day behind us, the anticipation for the science fiction RPG Mass Effect: Andromeda is at an all time high. Many have wondered this Andromeda would be the last game in the Mass Effect series or if this was going to start a whole other adventure for players. Thankfully, Bioware’s Creative Director Mac Walters took to Twitter yesterday and clarified the company’s position with this franchises future.
To be clear. Just because #Andromeda isn't start of a trilogy, doesn't mean we haven't been planning for future adventures. Just not 3 acts.
— Mac Walters (@macwalterslives) November 8, 2016
While it’s clear Bioware doesn’t want to do another trilogy, there is now a high chance of getting a sequel to Mass Effect: Andromeda. The other possibility is that Andromeda will be a stand alone game and the next title in this series will just be another individual story within the world itself. This has a higher chance since it would allow Bioware to explore the lore and worlds of Mass Effect without being tethered to a single narrative.
Given it will be nearly 5 years since the last Mass Effect game, there is no doubt we will be waiting a long time for the eventual next title in this legendary series.