Mass Effect Andromeda launched earlier this year with mixed reception from both players and critics and the game also had quite some hype behind it. Just recently, Bioware removed Denuvo from the game and now the studio is offering a free Mass Effect Andromeda trial.
Bioware announced through its the official Mass Effect Twitter account that a free Mass Effect Andromeda trial is now available for all platforms which include PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. “Fight for a new home in a dangerous galaxy. The Mass Effect: Andromeda Trial is now available on all platforms!”
In related news, One PC gamer has found a way to make Mass Effect Andromeda more interesting by implementing a Mass Effect Andromeda mod that let players fly like Iron Man. With this Mass Effect Andromeda mod players will be able to streak across the sky. This Mass Effect Andromeda mod disables map boundaries and fatal falls allowing players to fly around to their heart’s content.
Bioware is currently working on its upcoming title, Anthem, which is a new IP that the studio showcased at E3 2017. However, since the game’s reveal Bioware has clarified that Anthem has more in common with Destiny then Mass Effect franchise.
It’s in a genre we call science fantasy. Very much like Star Wars, very much like the Marvel Universe where you see a lot of amazing things happening but we don’t worry too much about why they are happening or how they’re happening; the science of it.
Mass Effect is a more a real hardcore science-fiction IP [but Anthem] is much more about just having fun in a game world that lush and exotic and really sucks you in.
Mass Effect Andromeda is an action-adventure RPG developed by Bioware for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.