Dark Horse Let Slip Mass Effect: Andromeda Release Date

We already know that the highly anticipated Mass Effect: Andromeda is scheduled for an official release in March 2017. As was revealed by Electronic Arts and BioWare at E3 2016. However, we’re yet to be told an exact release date. Dark Horse Comics may have just answered that query for us.

The popular American comic and manga publisher is an old and trusted partner of BioWare, having worked on creative collaborations for the original Mass Effect trilogy and Dragon Age franchise. Currently, it’s working on “The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda.”

According to an updated listing on its official website, the artbook for the new Mass Effect installment is scheduled to release on the same date as the game. If the listing is accurate, Mass Effect: Andromeda will hit shelves on March 21, 2017.

As of right now, neither EA nor BioWare have come forward to confirm the release date. Seeing that news of the release date is running across the web, it shouldn’t be long before an official word is passed.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is set in the same universe but features an all-new cast. Following the original trilogy, it’s going to have be something spectacular to satisfy fans of the sci-fi series. We have great trust in BioWare and know that its promise of a new but great Mass Effect experience will not be hollow.

Mass Effect: Andromeda was original set to release this year. However, more time was required to further polish the game. Hence, the title was pushed into early 2017. According to Bioware’s general manager Aaryn Flynn, the developers are doing everything possible to make sure no one is left disappointed with the final product.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. With the new console upgrades on the horizon, you can bet that BioWare already has plans to make use of that additional hardware performance boost to further accentuate the game.

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