BioWare has confirmed it will no longer support Mass Effect Andromeda’s single-player.

That means that patch 1.10 was the last update the single-player portion of the game will ever receive. But it also means there will be no story DLC coming. At all.

“Our last update, 1.10, was the final update for Mass Effect: Andromeda. There are no planned future patches for single-player or in-game story content,” reads the official statement from BioWare.

Open questions left after the game’s ending, like the fate of the Quarian ark, will be answered through upcoming comics and novels. There will be more new stories coming from the Andromeda galaxy, some of which will be told through the game’s mutliplayer.

That’s because BioWare will continue to create more APEX multiplayer missions. In fact, the multiplayer team are currently working on new multiplayer missions and character kits. They even have big plans for N7 Day, which takes place on November 7.

If you’re worried this might spell the end of the Mass Effect universe, don’t be. Casey Hudson, who just returned to BioWare, has recently tweeted about the future of the series.

“I love Mass Effect too much to not want to work on it again in the future,” he said.

There you have it. Mass Effect Andromeda may be on its last legs, but the Mass Effect series will be back someday with a new title.

If you still want to give Andromeda a shot, it’s available now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If not, just wait for BioWare’s upcoming multiplayer shooter Anthem. It looks really promising.

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