Mass Effect: Andromeda Finally Reached 'Gold' Status

By Sarene Mae Butao , Feb 25, 2017 04:40 AM EST

BioWare revealed on their official Twitter account the details about the status of their upcoming sci-fi shooter Mass Effect: Andromeda. The title is now going gold, thus making fans and its employee happy with this news. Since this is the case, it only means that BioWare has already finished the initial development phase. The title is considered to be one of the highly anticipated video games of 2017. Presently, the base game has been sent off to be pressed and copied by its manufacturers.

The tweet from Bioware gave Mass Effect: Andromeda fans a glimpse of an impressive gold-plated version of the action-RPG's Pathfinder character. The image is not just a static shot, since the developer posted a GIF file that shows the figure to be slightly moving. The image also showed a gentle breeze in outer space that passed by the Pathfinder character, according to Game Rant.

Even if the development of the base game of Mass Effect: Andromeda has already been finished, BioWare has to do a lot of work. This goes in the case of the production that is needed to supplement the title for its post-launch content.

Even though Andromeda will not be having a season pass, there will still be pieces of DLC that have been planned for the title for its future after the release. However, some of the game's developers like Bioware producer Blair Brown are already preparing for his essential break.

Upon considering all of this, it has indeed been a lengthy development cycle for the Mass Effect: Andromeda when the game has encountered a delay within its almost five-year creation process. Despite all of this, it can be confidently said that Andromeda's gold status will have fans' excitement reaching its highest point. This is true, especially with the release date of BioWare's space age third-person shooter is getting closer.


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