‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’: Bioware Celebrates Game’s Reputation As It Reached Gold Status

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 25, 2017 03:17 AM EST
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"Mass Effect" Andromeda" is currently being celebrated by fans and players alike as the game has reached the status of going gold. With this much success, Bioware is celebrating the game's current popularity and reputation.

Having been dubbed as one of the most anticipated games of 2017, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" has delivered to its fans the game's thrilling gameplay, allowing players to experience new story, characters, and alien encounter. Obviously, the hard work of Bioware has finally produced positive results.

According to Game Rant, Bioware has now completed the initial development process of "Mass Effect: Andromeda", and is now ready to be pressed and copied by manufacturers. The recent twitter post of Bioware revealed that the game has now reached the status of going gold, containing a pretty cool gold-plated version of the action-RPG's Pathfinder character to accompany the announcement.

In a previous report by Gamenguide, Bioware has made the Frostbite game engine an enabling mechanism that will allow a graphical jump to Andromeda from the trilogy, providing gamers with more exciting and deeper space exploration experience. This would allow players to navigate the game with more excitement and thrilling experience.

Although Bioware has finished the development for the base game of "Mass Effect: Andromeda", a lot of work will still be required to supplement the title with post launch content. However, players are now excited for the upcoming release date, scheduled on March 21, 2017, for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One platforms. Stay tuned for more Gamenguide update.

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