Last updated on January 23rd, 2017
— Aaryn Flynn (@AarynFlynn) January 7, 2017
Doesn’t get more official or professional than that. No further details regarding the type or size of potential DLC were shared, beyond a promise of more info down the road. No Season Pass is of course a double edged sword as it encourages a la carte shopping of DLC that players want, but also potentially removes an opportunity at discounted content for those committed to purchasing the whole lot. It’s also entirely possible that they have much more post launch support planned than is typical.
The tweeting wasn’t done there, as Mass Effect’s official account also confirmed that EA/Origin Access members will get to play the game early for a limited time.
@sedaspade Yes, EA Access members get to play Mass Effect: Andromeda early for a limited time.
— Mass Effect (@masseffect) January 7, 2017
EA/Origin Access is a subscription service that allows unlimited play of select titles, early access and digital game discounts for the publisher’s library of games on Xbox One and PC. Pre-load for Mass Effect Andromeda is on March 17th, and earl Access members will gain early play on the 16th for 10 hours.
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