Mass Effect: Andromeda is About Building “Meaningful Relationships” and Space Exploration

Mass Effect: Andromeda is on the verge of release, only a handful of weeks before we get to experience what the new chapter holds for us. Andromeda brings some of the core staples of the franchise including being able to build relationships with different races and characters.

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Andromeda will stay true to the original trilogy and according to Bioware producer Fabrice Condominas, Mass Effect: Andromeda is all about building meaningful relationships and exploring a vast universe.

Mass Effect: Andromeda will allow players to have strong relationships with different characters. The system revolves around in-depth conversation options and of course, you may have to prove your loyalty to certain races.

Be it gameplay, story, to graphics, Andromeda looks fantastic so far. Mass Effect Andromeda is a massive game and in those 5 years, EA made sure that the development team at Bioware delivers the best possible experience. Mass Effect Andromeda development has gone smoothly as far as we know, Bioware is ready to deliver copies to retail across the globe.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and EA Origin PC on March 21. The title will also be available on PS4 Pro and may be ported to Project Scorpio in the future with enhanced visuals.

EA will release the game for the standard $60 price point and many of the post-release updates will be free for the consumers. The company confirmed that there won’t be any season pass for Andromeda but we can expect to see paid expansions in the future.

For more on Mass Effect: Andromeda, stay-tuned!

Source: Bioware

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