The entire “Mass Effect: Andromeda” community was in shock following the announcement from Electronic Arts, stating that the franchise was on hiatus. To further break the hearts of fans, the company, later on, revealed that developer BioWare Montreal was reassigned. Many thought this was the end of the current title.

Surprisingly, a speculation rose suggesting that this might not really be the case with “Mass Effect: Andromeda,” as reported by GameRant. It is yet to be official, but it seems BioWare actually has a content in-stored for the title.

But whatever it might be, it is worth investigating.

It all started with a tweet

Basically, it started when some cryptic tweets from the very developers suggest that the future of the title is still bright. The teases came from multiple sources, but among them include significant members of BioWare’s writing department. They took part in a Twitch stream lately and were asked about a possible new DLC. Although they refused to provide details about any future contents and/or projects, they confirmed that, in one way or another, the remaining threads of the game’s story will be completed.

This content of sort is referred to be a tease at the end of the game. One thing is for sure, though: there is apparently an alien race absent from the world of Andromeda.

Whatever reason BioWare have, they might be for the good of the title. At least, it sparked fire within the community.

A ‘favorite’ write up

The hype did not stop there, as one of the writers for “Mass Effect: Andromeda” went a little further. Sam Wallschlaeger revealed via Twitter that she was working on something that she considered her “favorite thing.” As expected, her tweet drew the attention of players who went to dig a little more about her work.

Unfortunately, she was not in the position to “talk” about what she was working on. Regardless of what it might be, it is a clear indication that the studio is working on something for the game.

But whether they unveil it or not, there is no reason to believe that it is not a new DLC for “Mass Effect: Andromeda.” This content, as what other players believe, could serve as the conclusion for the title.

The game was shaped to have its own branching sub-series, but its failure to meet sales expectation became a roadblock. Perhaps this is BioWare’s last Ace card to prove themselves that they have what it takes to put on a franchise a little bit longer.