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The Electronic Arts Inc., logo is displayed on a screen during a PlayStation 4 Pro launch event in New York City, U.S., September 7, 2016. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Electronic Arts has reportedly hinted at yet another release date change for “Mass Effect: Andromeda.” EA said that it does not mind delaying the release of the much-anticipated sci-fi game if it is necessary.

EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said that the release date of the game may be pushed back only if there is need for further improvement, reports GameSpot.

“Right now, Mass Effect is tracking extremely well. The game looks beautiful. And we're really pleased with its progress. However, as you've seen, we are willing to make moves in launch dates if we feel it's necessary to deliver the right player experience,” said Jorgensen.

BioWare’s “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is expected to hit the racks by the end of EA’s ongoing fiscal year. Hence, a March 2017 release is on the cards. However, the developer may reschedule the release and shift it to a later date in case the gameplay is not what BioWare wants it to be.

The delay could be for a week or even five months. EA will communicate the delay if it at all happens and the decision is made. “Mass Effect: Andromeda” was expected to be launched in 2016. Now, it is slated to be released during EA’s fourth fiscal quarter that is from January till March.

BioWare needs the right amount of time to make sure it delivers “everything the game can be and should be.” Fans got the best look of “Mass Effect: Andromeda” gameplay at the PlayStation Meeting in September. EA and BioWare also revealed that both male and female characters exist in the game and are siblings.

EA has also released a new trailer teasing players to explore regions outside the Milky Way. More details about the gameplay are expected in Nov. 7. The date is not a random date but is known as N7 Day, writes Express.co.uk.

Watch MASS EFFECT™: ANDROMEDA – Join the Andromeda Initiative teaser trailer here.

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