‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ News: DLC Not Accessible In Season Pass, No Update For Solo Mission Updates Still

By Ben Lindon , Updated Apr 18, 2017 06:48 AM EDT
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"Mass Effect: Andromeda" gamers are getting a new downloadable content that packs a free multiplayer content. However, BioWare is yet to reveal what kind of story support there will be on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In the meantime, a new update just rolled out to make the animations of the game more true to life.

BioWare Support: New DLC, New Event Coming Soon

The "Mass Effect: Andromeda" developers have also confirmed that the DLC will not be accessible via a Season Pass as the team decided to forgo the DLC for their latest game, Express UK reported. BioWare is yet to reveal how new solo mission updates will be launched in the game. As of this writing, support for the game has come via multiplayer APEX missions, new weapons, items and NPCs along with ongoing story-based missions.

Earlier this week BioWare also launched the fourth edition of "Mass Effect: Andromeda." Note that APEX Mission 04: Those Alien Artifacts Aren't for You" is part of an effort to farm artifacts. In terms of DLC support, BioWare revealed a small story event at the end of the game as a hint for future updates.

As for "Mass Effect: Andromeda" spoilers, it is said that the Pathfinder will embark on a mission to find the missing Ark. It is said that the missing Ark carries drell, hanar and quarians. A transmission has been found from the missing ARK at the end of the game along with a warning to the Milky Way allies to stay away. However, the message cannot be traced sparking rumors that a new game event is coming and should be unlocked soon.

New And Old Animation Revealed

In other news, the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" developers have rolled out a new animation update. Note that facial and eye animation in the game have been improved. On the other hand, a video from the Bioware Senior Cinematic Animator Tal Peleg unveiled what the game could have looked like, Gamezone reported.

The "Mass Effect: Andromeda" video featured early character animations for the game. However, it has been noted that the characters do not feature the added textures that breathe life into the scene. Peleg is yet to note what happened between the video and the final product that is known today.

 

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