EA says 'Mass Impact: Andromeda' not due until 2017

EA says 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' not due till 2017

It has been virtually 4 years since gamers gathered a crew on the SSV Normandy SR-2 and saved the universe with Commander Shepard. A brand new Mass Impact recreation was initially scheduled for 2016, nevertheless an investor name with EA’s CFO Blake Jorgensen means that Andromeda has now slipped into 2017. In the course of the presentation, he was requested which titles the writer will probably be releasing in its “FY (fiscal yr) 2017,” to which he replied:

“We have got our Battlefield first-individual shooter recreation coming within the third quarter, and our third-social gathering title that Respawn, our companion, constructed — it is referred to as Titanfall, it is the second title they’ve introduced out underneath that model. Each of these are first-individual shooters and shall be focused at round each quick motion-pushed shooter market in addition to the technique pushed market in that quarter.

We’ve got all our sports activities video games, we’ve got our Mirror’s Edge runner recreation that is first quarter, after which we’ve got Mass Impact, which is a sci-fi motion recreation, in our fourth quarter.”

That so-referred to as “fourth quarter” suggests the sport shall be popping out within the first a part of 2017. That, in flip, implies a small delay from the “vacation 2016” window introduced final June. It isn’t all that shocking, given how little of Andromeda we have seen past some idea artwork and a quick teaser trailer. So for those who have been hoping to leap by way of some Mass Relays this Christmas, dangerous information — you are going to have to attend a bit longer.

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