It’s not going to be a simple thing to explore even part of a galaxy in Mass Effect Andromeda. And that’s why BioWare has decided to put in Mass Effect Andromeda missions in the game, which can be played either in multiplayer or the single-player mode of the game.
Mass Effect Andromeda will be the second Mass Effect game to have a multiplayer component. The first was in Mass Effect 3, where groups of players would fight waves of geth, Reapers, or Cerberus troops while also completing a number of other objectives.
Mass Effect Andromeda missions will be similar to those, but they will be limited-time missions that can be completed in either the main story or in multiplayer.
These missions give out rewards for both single player and multiplayer games, and will also have specific gameplay modifiers, meaning you’ll get certain restrictions and other factors in the game.
In order to take part in the Mass Effect Andromeda missions, players will be sending out strike teams to accomplish the missions in the single player. If you play them in multiplayer, you’ll play the role of the strike team itself, fighting any enemies that are featured in the strike mission.
However, you won’t be able to go on Missions until a certain point in the story. Multiplayer will be accessible from the get go, however, so you won’t have to wait to finish the story or get to a certain point until the game allows you to access it.
You’ll be able to take part in the Mass Effect Andromeda missions when the game releases March 21 on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. Hopefully, with all of the awards that the missions promise, players are hopefully going to be taking part in the game’s multiplayer a lot more than they did in Mass Effect 3.