Mass Effect: Andromeda is officially one of 2017's biggest disappointments and with reports that the game has had its Single Player DLC canceled, PR is not exactly at an all-time high for BioWare's long-running Sci-Fi RPG series. However, all is not lost, particularly if you are a fan of the game's Multiplayer Mode. In a new teaser posted to the Mass Effect Twitter account, it has been revealed that Andromeda will be getting a new "Platinum Difficulty" to its Multiplayer component.
Here's the tweet:
Take your skills to the next level. Platinum Difficulty is coming to APEX Multiplayer. pic.twitter.com/RbqH0PrQjo
— Mass Effect (@masseffect) July 4, 2017
The teaser doesn't show off much but expect to hear more in the very near future.
If you've been waiting for a price drop for Mass Effect: Andromeda, the game is currently on sale for $20 if you order online through GameStop in the United States. Andromeda might be the only Mass Effect game we see for a while, as there are rumblings that the series is on hiatus following lackluster reviews and reports of outsourcing.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.