‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Release Dates Delayed Until 2017

Mass Effect: Andromeda's release date will unfortunately be delayed. This announcement was confirmed despite its original planned release in 2016. The game will be held on until EA's, its publisher, fourth fiscal quarter in 2017, approximately between January and March.

The delay of the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda was initially reported by Destructoid, comics publisher of Dark Horse. The delay however, from the initial report may have been narrowed down further to March 21, 2017.

Dark Horse further notes that its book's release, "The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda", will be done "simultaneously with the game!"

US Amazon's upcoming book listing confirms that "The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be released on March 21.

On the other hand, Amazon UK's book listings confirms "The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda" release to be on March 23.

BioWare has not yet confirmed its release dates. However, sources say that they will approximately be in line with the end of EA's fiscal year.

Historically, Dark Horse and BioWare are known to have a stable partnership. Their partnership has specifically been highlighted for the Mass Effect franchise.

The Mass Effect franchise has encouraged new audiences of interactive comics. This new trend shed a more modern revolution in the game's whole image.

Further to note, Dark Horse has teamed on other Bioware titles such as the Dragon Age series.

However, for the anticipating fans of Mass Effect: Andromeda, you may have to wait for its official release date. Sources say that the latest waiting time may be until November 7, 2016 for the disclosure.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is an action-filled game. It is played on a third-person perspective.

In Mass Effect: Andromeda, players have the liberty to chose their human character- whether male or female. Players will also be able to to enjoy, Mako, a customisable six-wheeled vehicle in exploring the many planets of the games.

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