Andromeda is 'Totally Softcore Space Porn', Features Full Nudity

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is finally on its way to excited fans, and a day one patch could be arriving along with it.

Although the American age rating for the game initially only talked about "partial nudity" and "strong sexual content", the description has now changed to "full nudity".

The ESRB has actually yet to confirm what its final rating for Mass Effect: Andromeda will be, though if there is anything even approaching softcore porn in the game, an M for Mature rating with the aforementioned full nudity descriptor does indeed seem likely. Keep in mind though that the context is different, because you're moving way faster [driving] the Nomad, but we still have to build all that content.

The ESRB ratings for Mass Effect and Mass Effect 3 mention "partial nudity", but Mass Effect 2's does not. Then you will be delighted to find out that the top brass from BioWare has had the courtesy of releasing a couple of details about the title which will come out on the 21 of March.

People have been waiting patiently for BioWare's upcoming "Mass Effect: Andromeda" game.

It's also possible Flynn was simply joking around.

As of now, it's expected that this patch will feature quite a few items, including some bug fixes, balance tweaks as well as additional refinements for things already in the game.

Mass Effect: Andromeda releases next month on March 21 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. If so, don't forget to share your Mass Effect Andromeda experience with the others.

  • Arturo Norris