With Mass Effect: Andromeda set to roll out to public next month, its developer BioWare has now officially confirmed more details about it. According to DualShockers, BioWare’s Ian Frazier stated on Twitter that a “good portion” of the development team is currently hard at work on the game’s day-one patch. The game went gold a couple of days ago on Friday, meaning that the studio has completed initial development of the game.

This patch should be up and running and ready for download by the time Mass Effect: Andromeda launches for both EA Access and Origin Access, a full five days before the game comes out worldwide physically on March 21. Producer Michael Gamble did caution that nothing is set in stone as of yet, so these plans are liable to change.

BioWare has also confirmed that Andromeda’s file size on both the consoles, PS4 and Xbox One, is “at least 45, not more than 60” gigabytes. On PC, the file size is apparently 55 GB.

Andromeda will be launching on all platforms on March 21 for all three platforms. You may not have to wait that long to be able to play, however, as a multiplayer beta is expected to launch at some point before the same.

Till then, take some time off and breathe the hype with this weapon’s training video that BioWare released to mark the occasion of Andromeda going gold.

Andromeda will not be coming with any kind of a DLC pass, though BioWare will continue to support it with extra content down the road. So, this means that the studio is still not completely finished with the game just as of yet. Still, some developers are now taking some deserved time off and enjoying a vacation.

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