Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Quarian Ark Story will be continued and supposedly finished by BioWare and another writer. This conclusion story goes by the name of Mass Effect Andromeda: Annihilation and will release on June 26th, 2018, across the West.
I bet you are thinking “wait!? I thought EA said there wasn’t going to be any DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda?” And my reply to that is you are correct. This isn’t your typical expansion seeing how EA dropped the ball after Mass Effect: Andromeda did not meet its quota.
A video explaining what this story expansion happens to be that’s not DLC lies below thanks to YouTuber YongYea.
That’s right, BioWare will be teaming up with a writer named Catherynne M. Valente or Cat Valente, who claims herself as an “evil SJW Queen Bee Persian Cat”. The writer even went as far as to make a book about refrigerated woman and the story of male superheroes and how they need their wives dead so their story can progress.
The announcement that BioWare would make a novel and team up with Valente was announced on October 26th, 2017, over on bioware.com. However it is worth noting that the novel had been delayed before and has been in the works for 18 months:
For those who are angry about this development: this book has been in the works for 18 months. It was always planned. https://t.co/j9I9CLsBcQ
— Catherynne Valente (@catvalente) October 26, 2017
If Marvel and DC comics are any indication as well as the developers behind Mass Effect: Andromeda, like Manveer Heir, then you already know how this whole thing will turn out at release.
Lastly, if EA and BioWare’s Anthem doesn’t do well, will we see Bioware join Visceral Games and others at the dead man’s party? I say this because EA has been killing all of its subsidiaries rather quick as of late even if a team does fairly well.
Anyway, if you are looking forward to Mass Effect Andromeda: Annihilation, which continues the Quarian Ark story it is set to arrive in U.S., Canadian, and UK stores on June 26th, 2018, and on August 28th, 2018, in Australia.
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