I'm really sad that Bioware dropped single player support for Andromeda. Sure, it was a deeply flawed game at launch but I stuck with it for a few months and all the updates and patches fixed most of the annoying bugs and facial animations in the game. It was really not as bad of a game as everyone made it out to be - I ended up putting about 40 hours into it and finished the main storyline. The combat was leagues better than the original ME trilogy but I agree that the story was somewhat lacking.So many other games that the devs stuck with went from complete messes to enjoyable experiences like The Division, No Man's Sky, and now (arguably) Destiny 2. I wish Bioware had stuck with developing single player content for ME:A after taking all the fan feedback into account I'm sure they could have turned the narrative around as well but they threw in the towel too quickly. The ending of ME:A left so many avenues for much richer story telling......with the Quarian arc arriving and all that......That I'm really sad we'll never get to know what happened. I kinda hope whatever this new ME is they are working on picks up not long after ME:A. The concept of colonizing a whole new galaxy is just so awesome that I hope they don't throw the whole thing away because one game didn't receive the rave reviews they were hoping for. From a storytelling perspective, building on this Andromeda story arc could be gold!