'Mass Effect:Andromeda": Access Trial Available; Multi-player To Be Included
"Mass Effect: Andromeda's" producer, Mike Gamble, has confirmed earlier this month through Twitter that the game will have an earlier availability to Origin Access subscribers. However, he failed to further say the exact date of the trial and how long would it last. Luckily, EA have good news for this matter.
EA has later revealed that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will have an early access for a 10 hour head start on the action. Though the game will launch on March 21 in North America and March 23 in Europe, those players who have subscribed in EA Access will have the opportunity to try the game.
The offer will also be available to subscribers of Origin Access, EA's PC equivalent to the Xbox One- exclusive access. Hence, the early trial would only be available to PC and Xbox One. However, until no further advise will be out, no trial is available for those who owns PS4, Jush Push Start added.
Mass Effect: Andromeda to get free trial on Xbox One and Windows on March 16 - https://t.co/qGrtTguJ7B
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"Mass Effect: Andromeda's" producer, Fernando Melo, also has confirmed via Twitter that the free trial will include a multiplayer, PC GamesN reports. It will be available a week before the game's launch.
Until then, players interested to play the trial period will have to subscribe to Origin Access for an amount of for £3.99 a month (or $5 for our US friends) to play ten hours of Andromeda a week early.
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