Mass Effect: Andromeda and BioWare lose another team member


Mass Effect is a game franchise that is both beloved and hated (mostly because of the Mass Effect 3 ending). Needless to say, there’s still a lot of people that are anticipating the next iteration in the start of a new trilogy, which is Mass Effect: Andromeda. Unfortunately, developer Bioware is running into a lot of problems keeping key players on board. About 2 months ago, Development Director Chris Wynn left the studio, but not on bad terms. He did state his departure was sad, yet he still wished the best to the team and the upcoming title.┬áLess than a month ago, Andromeda Lead Writer Chris Schlerf left to hop on board with Bungie, assuming it was to work on Destiny.

Now, the newest member to leave the Bioware squad is Senior Editor Cameron Harris. Her departure was a bit different than the previous 2, as she states that she’s leaving the industry as a whole. While this seems like it was a personal choice, one can only hope that all other employees leaving isn’t reflective of Bioware or parent EA putting pressure on the team. I’m still looking forward to the game, although I’m a bit uneasy that so many people are leaving. It reminds me so much of what happened at Bungie, and so many that left because of what was going on with Destiny.

Either way, we’ll just have to wait and see if there is any other sorts of fallout occurring in the future. Mass Effect: Andromeda will hit store shelves in Q1 of 2017.

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