Mass Effect Andromeda is one of the most anticipated games to launch this year and fans of the franchise are excited about it. The season pass for games have become a norm in the game industry ever since the DLC trend started but you don’t have have to worry about it as there will be no Mass Effect Andromeda season pass.
BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn has confirmed that there will be no Mass Effect Andromeda season pass, however, this does not rule out the possibility that the game will not receive any story DLC post launch.
EA seems to be making some changes towards its DLC policy and Mass Effect Andromeda will not be the first EA game to not receive any season pass as Titanfall 2 also has no season pass and all of its post-launch DLC is free.
Recently, Bioware showcased brief gameplay during of their upcoming game during CES 2017. The trailer gameplay showcased different aspects of the game including that the player’s character will not be restricted to one class.
According to Mike Gamble, the reason they lifted the single class restriction is because in previous games players were restricted from accessing every part of the game.
Bioware has also revealed that the PC version of Mass Effect Andromeda will have an uncapped frame rate. Meaning those with powerful enough PCs can enjoy the game on frame rates higher than 60.
But things are very different for the console versions of Mass Effect Andromeda. The console versions of the game will be locked at 30 FPS and the resolution will be 900p for Xbox One and 1080p for PlayStation 4.
Mass Effect Andromeda is an upcoming action-adventure RPG in development at Bioware and will launch on March 21, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.