'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Features New Storyline, Gameplay, Characters, Setting & Species; Moving To Frostbite Game Engine

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 19, 2017 03:22 AM EST
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"Mass Effect: Andromeda" the grandest game ever conceptualized and put together by its developer Bioware is bracing for its major launch in North America and Europe. Announced by its General Manager, Aaryn Flynn, the game is on its final completion for its release in 2017.

Hence, the long wait may be over soon according to Gamenguide. The sci-fi action epic role-playing and third-person video game series will be made available a month from now. Although, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will introduce new things such as new stories, characters, alien species and planets, it will retain its original mix of TPS combat.

Looking in the inside of "Mass Effect: Andromeda", Gamespot has revealed that there are two new human characters of the Pathfinder Team on board the Ark Hyperion. One is Liam Kosta, a crisis response specialist who is skilled in combat. Joining Liam is the biotic Lieutenant Cora Harper who is working with the Asari commando unit.

Meanwhile, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be introduced into the Frostbite game engine as reported by Masseffect. This is an enabling mechanism that will allow a graphical jump to Andromeda from the trilogy. Thus, providing gamers with more exciting and deeper space exploration experience.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is being offered for pre-orders at Amazon for £47.49 on PS4 and Xbox One but on PC, this can be pre-ordered at £39.99. Likewise, the game is offering a price of £49.99 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and the same price at £39.99 for PC gamers.

For news and update on "Mass Effect: Andromeda", fans out there are advised to visit the Gamenguide website from time to time.

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