Now that Bioware’s “Mass Effect: Andromeda” is out in the open for a week, fans cannot help but compare the recently released game with the second to the last offering from the developer, “Dragon Age II.” Some fans are even saying that it is more like “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” the previous game before “Andromeda.”
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” 4k screenshots have surfaced online. Moreover, the minimum PC specs have been revealed as well.
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” will bring a new story and new characters to the Mass Effect Universe, which means new world and new enemies as well. An additional walk-through guide has also been revealed.
Lucky players who were able to try "Mass Effect: Andromeda" early have voiced out their concerns about the game. Many are not very happy with the absence of the quick save feature.
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” demo at the PAX East gave players the chance to try the multiplayer sessions. Based on reviews, the gameplay was impressive.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is finally coming three days from now to welcome the game players in an all-new dialogue system as Bioware unleashes the Pathfinder team into the gamers' world on March 21 into an adventure to find a new home in the Andromeda Galaxy.
“Mass Effect Andromeda” Singleplayer will be limited only to the EA Access Trial. Furthermore, the recommended system has been revealed to play the game at 30fps.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will release with different edition of strategy guide, the regular and the special edition.
After a series of trailers that showcased "Mass Effect: Andromeda" and its game modes have been revealed.
It seems that Bioware is more than ready for the big launching day of "Mass Effect: Andromeda". A 13-minute video has just been released online showing how the game began, which would certainly excite players who have been waiting for it.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" has just recently released the latest footage on the game's Loyalty Mission featuring the asari companion Peebee.
"Mass Effect" Andromeda" is currently being celebrated by fans and players alike as the game has reached the status of going gold.
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” has female characters like Ryder, whose appearance is seen by others as “ugly.” However, some game experts believe otherwise.
“Mass Effect Andromeda” gets a new trailer that showcases gameplay and a number of weapons. BioWare also revealed that the game would get more meaningful side quests.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" the grandest game conceptualized and put together by Bioware is bracing for its major launch in North America and Europe.