‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Release Date, News & Update: Game Won’t Feature All Original Trilogy's Species? Asari, Salarians, Batarians, More Removed? Gameplay Details
A lot of avid fans and gamers have grown familiar to the alien races of the "Mass Effect" game franchise. But, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is a fresh start of BioWare's game series. Players will not be seeing all the Milky Way alien races to "Mass Effect: Andromeda." But, some gaming critics say that the other alien races will be seen on the other game sequels.
According to a report from Game Informer, BioWare already confirmed that not all the original trilogy's races will be in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." But, players don't need to worry because they will be meet other people and more companions that will join their ship and adventures.
The "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is expected to be the biggest game BioWare has ever made. Fans can consider that there will be more "Mass Effect: Andromeda" games that will be released soon but there won't necessarily be a trilogy for it.
With a release date quickly approaching in just few more months, BioWare's marketing wheels for "Mass Effect: Andromeda" appears to be kicking into a higher level. More details about the game will continue to arrive each week. BioWare is expected to reveal its gameplay at The Game Awards event that will be held on December 1 as stated by GameSpot.
BioWare is also expected to reveal "Mass Effect: Andromeda" new features and not just its gameplay. Some reports claim that the races Asari, Turians, Salarians and Krogans have all made their way to "Mass: Effect: Andromeda" but the Drell, the Volus and the Geth as well as Quarians, Batarians and Vorcha might not be seen in the upcoming "Mass Effect" franchise.
The game "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is expected to be released on March 2017 but BioWare has not announced its exact date yet. To know the latest news and updates about BioWare's "Mass Effect: Andromeda," always stay tuned to GameNGuide.