Mass Effect Andromeda’s Development Has Not Been Affected After Wynn’s Departure – Bioware

Nothing to see here, everything’s well and good.

Posted By | On 03rd, Jan. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Mass Effect Andromeda

Nobody can blame you if you, as a Mass Effect fan, were worried by the recent news that Mass Effect Andromeda’s senior development director Chris Wynn has left Bioware- after all, what if such a high profile change midway through development somehow ended up impacting how the game would turn out, right?

However, Bioware has issued a statement, and has assured fans that development on Mass Effect: Andromeda is not going to be affected by this departure. Bioware, of course, has a vested interest in putting out this message – they don’t want players to lose hype for the game – but we’ve seen in the past, that single, isolated instances of changes like this have rarely, if ever, had a negative impact on development.

“Chris was a great member of the team,” Bioware said. “We want to thank him for his contributions and we wish him the best in his new adventures. Development of Mass Effect Andromeda continues to move full speed ahead at BioWare Montreal, Edmonton and Austin.”

Like I said- they obviously want us to think that everything’s fine and peachy. But on the other hand, just one person leaving the team, even if that one person was very senior, can hardly derail development- I’d believe Bioware on this one.

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  • Signothorn

    I’m still not ready to trust things are okay. Ever since ME3, it feels to me like Bioware was indoctrinated by The Collectors (EA). I reserve hope.

  • AvanStrike

    I can’t stop thinking the game will be delayed beyond 2016.

  • Mark

    Lets see, writer left during ME 3, we were told it was fine, I think we all know how that went, here we are before the release of 4, and a writer has left and again we are given comfort from bioware, either they think us ignorant or forgetful.

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