BioWare is yet to reveal the biggest Mass Effect installment in history on Nov. 07. Many true-blue Mass Effect and Nintendo fans would fret however knowing that there is no Mass Effect: Andromeda support happening on the newly-released hybrid game console, Nintendo Switch.
Mass Effect: Andromeda has already been announced by BioWare to be formally introduced launched on Nov. 7 during the N7 Day, while release date is expected on March, 21, 2017. Amid the hype of Nintendo Switch's recent revelation, Mass Effect producer Michael Gamble confirmed that Andromeda is not coming to the newest game console.
Major Mass Effect: Andromeda Announcement
A tweet of a fan with handle @Flickamatuta to Gamble last Friday, Oct. 21 asked: "Mass Effect Andromeda on Nintendo Switch announcing on N7 Day?? *Looks over at @MarieBrisebois @GambleMike @aarynFlynn and winks.* In response, Gamble tweeted back a cryptic post saying, "@Flickamatuta @MarieBrisebois @AarynFlynn PC, PS4, Neo, X1."
With Gamble's response, it is considerably a confirmation that Mass Effect: Andromeda will be launched on N7 Day and will be available to aforementioned consoles. Nevertheless, he never utterly denied that Mass Effect: Andromeda will not be available on Nintendo Switch, which only means it might be made available soon.
No Mass Effect: Andromeda On Nintendo Switch For Now
According to a report, BioWare must have been busy working Andromeda in the lab these days and squeezing it in for Nintendo Switch is quite a daunting task already. The list of third party game developers for Nintendo Switch has just been released recently. Unfortunately, BioWare was not included on the list. However, it is important to note that Electronic Arts (EA), Mass Effect's publisher, is on the list which means Andromeda still have the odds to be played on Nintendo Switch, although not by this time.
Amid all these uncertainties, exact details and confirmation might only be given on Nov. 07. Mass Effect: Andromeda will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 21, 2017.