It might have been Ubisoft snubbed the idea of the Season Pass in their upcoming games, but it seems as if EA is another company up for ridding the world of the controversial DLC system. Mass Effect: Andromeda won't have one.
Soon after the game's big reveal around CES last week, fans took to Twitter to front Aaryn Flynn - the General Director and the guy to show off the title's new worth last week.
With one particular person asking the all-important question of the game's stand on DLC, when asked whether the next chapter of the Mass Effect universe would include a season pass, Aaryn channelled his inner Team Fortress 2 engine to simply answer "Nope."
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With an answer so straight-forward, you'd think that would be the end of it. Unsatisfied by the apparent lack of detail, fans pushed for more answers about its potential DLC system to which Flynn said "We'll talk more about that later." For whatever it's worth, Michael Gamble confirmed the title would be available early for those involved with the Origin Access scheme - a platform Titanfall 2, the last EA game to ship without a season pass, dodged on release.
More than likely avoiding the low initial sales of Titanfall 2, Mass Effect: Andromeda launches March 21.