Bioware Talks About 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Romance Options

By Michael Augustin , Updated Jan 30, 2017 10:07 AM EST

Gamers who enjoy Bioware's "Mass Effect" franchise understand the game's multiple branching stories, which depend on their choices throughout the course of the game. Moreover, a lot of gamers believe that the most difficult options to decide upon pertain to the romance options offered in the RPG. "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will reportedly take a different route this time.

The developer revealed that unlike the previous games in the series, they have decided not to reveal which characters the players can approach. The decision apparently comes from Aaryn Flynn, the publisher's general manager, who announced the news via Twitter after fans asked about the upcoming title's romance aspect, says Game Rant. He explains that there no plans to reveal that information until the game launches in March.

On the other hand, Bioware has promised multiple romance options for players to work around with. It seems that the company is doing a good job keeping that information about "Mass Effect: Andromeda" tightly sealed for now. As an alternative, fans have thrown around some speculations that most of the protagonist's companions are available for just that.

It has been noted that fans have been generating excitement about the RPG. This is most likely a successful result of the developer's decision to release only small tidbits of information about the game. However, with its official release date fast approaching, marketing and updates are expected to hit hard and quick in the next few weeks.

In recent news, producer Michael Gamble took time to answer some questions from fans via Twitter, says Daily Star. One of the anticipated queries came up and as expected, asked about whom they can sleep with in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." Gamble apparently surprised many of the readers when he answered "So many" and even added that "the banging is pretty good." Bioware's upcoming sci-fi RPG is coming to consoles and the PC on March 21, 2017.

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