‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Demo Impressed Fans As Major Changes To Player Movement Seen; Strategy Guide Comes With Exclusive Collectibles, DLC
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" was in the PAX East, giving gamers the chance to get their hands on the multiplayer session. Although it was only brief, everything pointed to a similar Mass Effect experience from "Mass Effect 3."
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Hands-On Experience Impressed The Fans
The "Mass Effect: Andromeda" gameplay remains tight and responsive despite generic options, when gamers reportedly had to play as a pre-made characters and a human soldier. Similar to "Mass Effect 3", the demo was a co-op mode where the players battled against waves of enemies, as every few rounds new goal would pop up, like a data being transferred at specific points.
Interestingly, a twist was noted in "Mass Effect: Andromeda" regarding how players win back health and ammo. According to reports, two dispensers were featured on the map that provide both, although shared with the other four squad members, which means players must wait to refill their supply.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" was also noted to bring one major change, the player movement. Reports indicate that adding a jetpack enables the players to boost away with ease from the enemies and leap up to higher ledges, including the ability to boost on the ground for sliding down or diving strikes into the cover while shots are being fired, Games Radar reported.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Strategy Guide Comes With DLC And Collectibles
A sneak peak into the official "Mass Effect: Andromeda" strategy guides were recently provided by Prima Games, revealing that it will come in three versions - the Collector's Edition, The Pathfinder Edition and the Standard version. Reports indicate that the Collector's Edition will come with a premium hard cover, including a multiplayer booster pack DLC that will feature equipment and weapons, additional content like developer interviews and a foreword by Lead Designer Ian Frazier.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda's" Pathfinder Edition, on the other hand, brings exclusive collectibles, a welcome letter, a galaxy chart, a multiplayer booster pack DLC, a field journal, a branded envelope and a "Mass Effect: Andromeda" initiative backpack, including its own unique hardcover. Meantime, the Standard version is self-explanatory, PlayStation Lifestyle reported. Watch "Mass Effect: Andromeda" Official Launch Trailer here: