Game Of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer Will Give Her Voice To A Mass Effect: Andromeda Character
Natalie Dormer is a famous English actress born on February 11, 1982. She became famous for roles such as Anne Boleyn on The Tudors and Margaery Tyrell on the Game of Thrones.
She has already had a role in a videogame, but things are on a even higher level this time since she will give her voice to a Mass Effect: Andromeda character.
She will play as Lexi T’Perro, a doctor and psychiatrist in charge of the Tempest’s crew welfare. She’s a very experienced character, but she has some personal issues that will affect the relationship with her patients.
Natalie Dormer says:
She’s got definitively some experience and wisdom under her belt. And in that way she’s able to help the player. She is an emotional character, so she sort of tries to walk the line of the professional doctor but sometimes she tips over it.
BioWare has released a new Mass Effect: Andromeda video in its gameplay series. It is focused on combat and skills.
According to this video, there are more than 300 abilities to be unlocked by leveling up in the game and since there are no restrictions here, you are able to pick your favourite skills without being limited by a class.
Skill specialties are dictated by the classes you choose among these seven:
However, you are free to switch classes anytime during the game experience and you are given four slots in which you can save up to three abilities and a class profile.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is an action RPG by BioWare and will release on March 21, 2017, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.