‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Release Date, Gameplay & Update: Most Wanted Game’s Side Content Is A Whirlpool of Space Madness
The search for one immersive gameplay ranges from a frustrated sigh to a fangirl shriek, as most gamers would want to be sucked in and get lost in the universe one is playing. The highs and lows are yet to be seen in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." With the latest information drop, it seems the game is starting to live up to its "Most Wanted Game of 2016" title.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Brings Back Loyalty Missions
Game Informer previously highlighted the return of loyalty missions. However, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will make it optional. You ought to pursue it though, as you would want to know more about the people around you. Don't let the BioWare template bore you to death. Ignoring the central narrative wont' lead you to rather interesting places worth exploring.
Clearing Out The Hostiles in "Mass Effect: Andromeda"
Arriving on a new planet in "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will allow you to lay siege and take out enemy bases, which will reward players of useful items. Most planets will have at least one base and the battle could be an extensive process. There may be a stealth element in the game, since one could trigger alarms if you somehow get way too careless.
"These bases are pretty lengthy to take out, so if you approach one, you want to be prepared. If you tip off too many enemies, the alarms start going off..." "Mass Effect: Andromeda's" Mike Gamble said. Players should find a way to shut the alarms off or unwanted situations will ensue.
Drop zones are also up for discovery in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." Finding these would reveal points of interest on the map, though there could be caveats, GameSpot reports.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be released spring of 2017, possibly on March 21, according to reports. More news will be handed out by EA and BioWare on December 1 at the Game Awards.