Dec 13, 2016 03:31 AM EST

‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ News & Updates: An In-Depth Look Into A Cut Squadmate And Story From Creative Director Walters

"Mass Effect Andromeda" players have been eagerly waiting for any news and additional details related to one of the most challenging game in the BioWare series. Information about "Mass Effect Andromeda" have been few as the team continues to work on the game.

Jobs & Hire previously reported about new characters and tools that would be made available "Mass Effect Andromeda," but an interview with "Mass Effect Andromeda" Creative Director Mac Walters and Producer Fabrice Condominas reveals additional information about the game.

Walters and Condominas revealed bits and pieces about "Mass Effect Andromeda," story and characters, Gamezone reported. "Mass Effect Andromeda" fans now know that the game would revolve around a settlement that mimics pirates, with a character called Sloane Kelly serving as the captain.

In the latest "Mass Effect Andromeda" game, players will meet an AI called SAM who will be with the player as the game progresses. SAM in "Mass Effect Andromeda" would be different from EDI because its relationship with the main character goes way back than the game's current timeline.

Walters said one of the squadmates will no longer appear in "Mass Effect Andromeda" because the team was not able to further develop the character. It could be a sad news for "Mass Effect Andromeda" players who have developed favorites and have journeyed with all the characters in the first series. reported that the release of "Mass Effect Andromeda" could come in the next months with the team saying that it is shooting for a "spring 2017" release. However, Walters and Condominas, who are working on "Mass Effect Andromeda," did not provide further information about the planned release date.

The lack of certainty on when "Mass Effect Andromeda" players can get their hands on the game are causing doubts on whether the game will push through. Do you think "Mass Effect Andromeda" will definitely be released in the spring?

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