Mass Effect: Andromeda is rumored to come to Nintendo Switch following reports of hints and clues about Bioware support. Incidentally, after the announcement of Nintendo's hybrid gaming console, a number of third-party developers have been reported to give support to the new gaming console, one of these is Mass Effect: Andromeda's publisher.
During the 2016 Credit Suisse Annual Technology Conference, EA chief competition officer Peter Moore reportedly announced that the company is set to release a game title for Nintendo Switch. Given that, gamers started to speculate that Mass Effect: Andromeda is likely the major game mentioned by EA, considering that Nintendo Switch and the game are both expected to be released in the same month next year.
Mass Effect: Andromeda reports also suggest that releasing Mass Effect: Andromeda in Switch can work for both EA and Bioware. This is for the reason that EA has supported the new Nintendo hardware for Mass Effect previously.
Mass Effect: Andromeda, on the other hand, appears to be getting a lot of news online. According to reports, Bioware is going to bring back the Multiplayer game feature from the Mass Effect 3, which is expected to be linked to the single player storyline.
However, it is still unclear if Mass Effect: Andromeda will be included in the Nintendo Switch as part of Nintendo and EA's unrelenting partnership through the years. Mass Effect: Andromeda will be released on March 2017.
Mass Effect: Andromeda fans, meanwhile, are reportedly unhappy about the Mass Effect 3's ending. Given that, Bioware wants to make sure that the gamers will be satisfied with the ending of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
According to Mass Effect: Andromeda's creative director Mac Walters, he wants the players to feel the ending of the game, and make them feel that the story has concluded and yet feel satisfied. The director also added that he wants the players to do other things beyond shooting their way out of the situation. Watch MASS EFFECTTM: ANDROMEDA - Official Cinematic Reveal Trailer - N7 Day 2016