Bioware has just announced through its Twitter account that ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ has just entered the Gold phase. What does this mean? That the game is officially over. The Gold phase is when the development of a game ends definitively and reaches the optimal state to be released to the market after many tests.
During the last generation of consoles, the saga ‘Mass Effect’ captivated the players by its extraordinary universe, its characters and its incredible plot that depended enormously on the decisions that we took along no less than three deliveries. The rest behaved like an action RPG with great touches of third-person shooter quite solvent, but it was the first thing that made it jump to the status of fame. That’s why the fans are so excited about the arrival of the new delivery, which tells us a totally different story.
Normally, this phase occurs one month after the launch of the games, leaving that time to begin to produce the physical copies of the same and to send them to the businesses that will put them on sale. In the case of ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’, the release date was revealed a couple of months ago and that is March 21st. Now that we know that the game is over, we are almost certain that it will not be delayed.
Mass Effect: Andromeda has gone gold. pic.twitter.com/bNKIKNuErA
— BioWare (@bioware) February 24, 2017