Last week a fake company, by the name of Sinclair Networks, made a false claim; that due to the games poor sales and reviews, Mass Effect: Andromeda has cancelled any plans for future single player DLC. The fictional company claimed to have worked with Bioware on the most recent Mass Effect: Andromeda patches. The initial news from Sinclair Networks spread across gaming media outlets like wildfire, terrifying Mass Effect fans with the idea that they would get no future expansion on the game.
Sinclair Networks was quickly shot down for their false claims. So maybe Mass Effect: Andromeda will come out with DLC. Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Producer, Fernando Melo, answered back on Twitter basically saying that even though they could not discuss any future plans at this point, that they had no affiliation with Sinclair Networks. Electronic Arts also had an interview with PC Gamer stating, “We’ve never worked with Sinclair Networks and they had nothing to do with the development of Mass Effect: Andromeda. Beyond that, we don’t have any news to share at this time regarding DLC.”
So now we are as clear on Mass Effect: Andromeda DLC as we are with who Sinclair Networks is. Since we didn’t receive any official news confirming or denying future Mass Effect: Andromeda single player DLC, it is hard to know what to expect from the future. All we do know is that the studio has currently been focusing most of their attention towards the highly anticipated Anthem, following its showcase at E3 this year. So while DLC plans have not been denied officially for Mass Effect: Andromeda, it does seem unlikely.