It seems we might not have to spend extra money on top of the game’s price to see the full story.
Most Electronic Arts-published games tend to get a Season Pass (such as Battlefield 1, although Titanfall 2 went against the notion). However, Bioware will not follow the trend with Mass Effect: Andromeda. It was confirmed by Bioware’s general manager Aaryn Flynn on Twitter.
He did not talk about story DLCs and their pricing yet, though – this question was simply dealt with a „we’ll talk about that later :)” response. That’s not a promising reply, to say the least.
It seems that the Season Pass is slowly starting to be left out of AAA titles, and if there are games (like Rainbow Six: Siege) where there is a way to sell cosmetic DLC-s, developers and publishers are slowly changing to this method.
Let’s hope that this positive tendency will stay with Bioware as well. EA Access subscribers (unfortunately, it is not available on PS4) can play the game earlier.
— Aaryn Flynn (@AarynFlynn) January 7, 2017