The Mass Effect series hasn’t been one to shy away from controversy over the years, as part of the adventure involved, ahem, hooking up with certain members of your party, depending on your romantic preference. However, BioWare’s general manager Aarny Flynn has indicated that the next chapter in the series, Mass Effect: Andromeda, isn’t going to hold anything back.
Previous games have been known for having “partial nudity,” with a glimpse of certain body parts here and there during the more intimate portions of the game. But Flynn has noted on Twitter that Andromeda will go the extra mile.
He noted on Twitter, “Remember. We lost the ‘partial nudtiy’ rating and got full ‘nudity.’” He speaks about the ESRB rating for the game, which has indicated that, this time around, we’re likely to see a lot more of certain characters. Ahem.
Flynn indicated his might be joking around, but has noted in the past on Twitter that, following up on a fan’s inquiry, “Yes, it’s totally softcore space porn.” So don’t expect anything too graphic, kids.
Mass Effect: Andromeda arrives on March 21st for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Origin PC.