Today, Bioware announced on their blog that all plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s DLC have been canceled or dropped. They did state that multiplayer support would continue, but it’s unclear from the blog post how long the support would continue.
When a previous patch dropped, dataminers on the MEA Research Team found plans for 6 new multiplayer kits. It’s currently assumed that these characters will be some of (if not the) last of the support the multiplayer will receive. This is all assumption, and not fact. Take with a grain of salt!
Additionally, Bioware has already stated that they have something planned for N7 day in November. At the very least, we can expect minimal support through the week of N7 day, but anything after that is up in the air. With Mass Effect: Andromeda barely 5 months old, it’s a sad end to the state of the Mass Effect franchise. We already know that the franchise has been shelved since the release of Andromeda, but no further information is known about whether or not the franchise will continue sooner or later. We can all hope for the former, but right now it isn’t looking too good.