Jan 09, 2017 04:40 AM EST | By Kristine Garcia
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” is a long anticipated title by both hardcore fans of the “Mass Effect” series and by curious gamers. The project which was kept under cover for the larger portion of its development stage is now slowly unveiling before the awaiting gamers and the final product seems quite worth the wait.
A statement shared by Aaryn Flynn, General Manager of BioWare on the Mass Effect official page states that the game will be released on March 21,2017 in the North America and March 23, 2017 in Europe. This concludes years of waiting, bringing the deadline in a little over two months from now.
Flynn also shared that the staff working on “Mass Effect: Andromeda” has been given a pre-built version of the game to play over the holidays. As they returned, the feedback given was quite positive which has given Flynn the courage to say that “Andromeda” will be the biggest and greatest “Mass Effect” adventure yet to come.
Those of you who are preparing for the coming release of “Mass Effect: Andromeda” and want to put your PC on the cutting edge for this game, Gaming Bolt has shared a statement by Aaryn Flynn, who on his twitter account has shared that the PC specs for the game will be released sometime in Fabruary. This way, gamers will have a month to prepare for the newest “Maff Effect” game, by supplying their PC’s with the needed hardware to run the game in all of its beauty.
Those of you who are still trying to decide if the game’s worth buying can go on AV Club’s site and see the gameplay video shared by them. This one gives a deeper insight on the game’s mechanics and features. Most important part is that classes have been removed from the game. On their place, you have only one “Pathfinder” who chooses his way from a few different skill trees. The chosen skill trees give different bonuses to fighting, support techniques, survival and more. “Mass Effect: Andromeda” will be released on 21 March for PC, PS4 and XBOX One.
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