On top of the large amounts of information begin revealed about Mass Effect: Andromeda in the previous weeks, it has now been announced that the game has gone gold. This announcement was made via the game’s official Twitter account, where developer BioWare broke the news with a GIF of the main character in gold N7 armor.
For those who may not know, going gold basically means that development on a game has officially been completed. It means that the game has reached the end of its development cycle, and is ready to be mass produced for the market, giving developers the opportunity to start work on day one patches or DLCs.
Now all thats left is to wait for the game to release on March 21, 2017, at which point it will be coming to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the PC. We also recently learned of the minimum and recommended system requirements for the game, and lets just say that they were exactly as hefty as we expected.
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