As we’re inching closer to Mass Effect Andromeda‘s release, more information about the game is coming to light, with this latest tidbit pertaining to its multiplayer component.
In response to a fan question on Twitter, producer Fernando Melo confirmed that BioWare currently doesn’t have any plans for cross-platform play, and the game will not have dedicated servers. Like Mass Effect 3, it’ll be peer-to-peer. You can see the exchange below.
@tibermoon is there any chance the mp will be crossplay with PC/Xbox or PC/PS4" Also really hoping for dedicated servers.
? Jeremy (@Tinkham11) January 27, 2017
crossplay not in the current plans, sorry. and mp is peer to peer (same as me3)
? Fernando Melo (@DiscoBabaloo) January 27, 2017
Mass Effect Andromeda releases on March 21 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. We got some new information about the game’s multiplayer last week, which you can check out here. And in case you missed it, here are two of its latest trailers.
What do our readers think of Melo’s response" Would you have preferred dedicated servers and/or cross-play"
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