Bioware GM: Mass Effect Andromeda Is “Totally Softcore Space Porn”; Apparently Has “Full Nudity”

Feb 27, 2017 10:12 EST

Apparently, the content description for Mass Effect Andromeda now includes “full nudity”  instead of “ partial nudity”, and Bioware’s general manager refers to it as “softcore space porn”.

Previous Mass Effect games were rated M due to blood, partial nudity, strong language, strong sexual content and violence, and an early assessment indicated that Andromeda would be rated likewise.

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The game has yet to be officially rated by the ESRB, but according to Bioware’s general manager, Aaryn Flynn, Andromeda’s rating content description has been altered to “full nudity”. “Remember. We lost the "partial nudity" rating and got full "nudity". Remember. We lost the "partial nudity" rating and got full "nudity", Flynn tweeted.

Apparently, some of the dialogue in the game is pretty “steamy”, and Flynn went as far as to call some elements in the game “softcore space porn”.

When asked whether he was trolling, Flynn replied that he wasn’t, though this remains to be seen.

Mass Effect: Andromeda releases next month on March 21 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.