BioWare has not publicly talked about its plans for the future of Mass Effect and did not respond to Kotaku's multiple requests for comment over the past two weeks.
The confirmation of no single-player DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda does not entirely come as a surprise, but it is certainly still sad news for fans of the franchise, especially as the game still has several loose ends in its story.
Players were expecting a story DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda, especially after Mass Effect 2's Lair of the Shadow Broker and Mass Effect 3's Citadel received rave reviews for the stories and character development that they added to their respective base games.
Majority of the employees there were distributed to other projects following the "chilly reception" for "Mass Effect: Andromeda", as Schreier put it. This is definitely disturbing and disheartening news because I know many people were looking forward to exploring other parts of Andromeda.
The site spoke with three people familiar with BioWare's plans, but the studio has not released any official statements.
Yesterday, a widely circulated Facebook post from a group claiming to be called Sinclair Networks said that it had been working on Andromeda's DLC until BioWare cancelled it.
If you're one of the millions of Mass Effect fans that were yearning at the chance to play some additional content, you're unfortunately in for a rude awakening.