Mass Effect: Andromeda DLC and Its Release Date
While the base game of Mass Effect: Andromeda is sure to keep players going for way over 50 hours, some fans out there may be wondering if there’s any DLC coming to the upcoming title. The answer here is yes, but currently, details are very scarce.
What you do need to know now is that there’s no Season Pass for Mass Effect: Andromeda DLC. Instead, all DLC will either be free or sold separately. We know that the game will be getting free multiplayer maps in the same way that Mass Effect 3 did, thanks to Aaryn Flynn’s response to a fan on Twitter. Currently, though, no release date for this multiplayer downloadable content has been confirmed.
With regards to more single-player, story-focused downloadable content, BioWare has yet to confirm anything. For now, it’s just a case of waiting for the announcement. Don’t worry, though, the Andromeda galaxy has plenty of quests and exploration to keep you busy for quite some time.
That’s all of the details we have on the Mass Effect: Andromeda DLC front right now. We’ll update this post as and when more details are shared for either the multiplayer or potential single-player content. For more on Andromeda, be sure to check out our wiki.