The upcoming “Mass Effect Andromeda” is posed to be a title which will catapult the gaming franchise to new heights. Given this, it is no secret that Bioware has been pushing its marketing with subtle teases from people working on the title.
Just last week, Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) tweeted a specific update that points out to a possible huge development for the game this week. In a Twitter conversation with Bioware level designer, TorbJos (@Sjosz), the producer for “Mass Effect Andromeda” shared his excitement for something today. The two did not specifically pinpoint anything with regards to the unknown matter, but fans who were following the conversation immediately started speculating on what the tweet may mean.
One of the most prominent rumors in the bunch is that Bioware may be ready to drop a new trailer for the upcoming title since it seems like everything went well according to plan in terms of software development. While this may be a great treat for fans who have been waiting for their first look on “Mass Effect Andromeda,” it may also seem unlikely especially with E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) 2016 right around the corner. There is a chance that if Bioware is really ready to drop a teaser, they would utilize the event stage to bring in more interested and hype up its release.
A couple of other theories, on the other hand, notes that Gamble may just be referring to an internal meeting as the game has just been also reviewed for bugs and glitches.
Bioware has previously announced that they will be delaying the release of “Mass Effect Andromeda” to next year instead.
“As we’ve been playing the game at the studio recently, it’s showing us that we’re taking the game in the right direction. But we also know we need the right amount of time to make sure we deliver everything the game can be and should be that’s our commitment from all of us to all of you,” Aaryn Flyn, Bioware general manager, said in an update referring to their decision. The game was supposed to drop sometime in the last quarter of 2016 but instead was moved to the first quarter of 2016.