Mass Effect Andromeda Release Date, Update: Character Customization Is Coming; Pre-orders Now Open

BioWare is not spilling any details on when they plan to release Mass Effect Andromeda out on the market. The developer is making sure that the Mass Effect franchise will continue next year. Also, there are news that the players can customize their characters and can now pre-order their games.

Latest Updates On The Release Of Mass Effect Andromeda

There are rumors that Mass Effect Andromeda will be released in March next year. According to Video Games Republic, BioWare said that the players can get the game in spring time. However, the players are clueless when is the exact date of the release of the game.

Mass Effect Andromeda is undeniably one of the most-awaited game for next year. As per a thread on NeoGAF, copies of the game are now up for pre-orders. The only catch is that the retailers are the ones who are accepting pre-orders of the game.

According to WWG, if the fans of Mass Effect Andromeda will pre-order the game, they can encounter delivery problems because the retailers are just third-party sellers. The fans are grabbing the rumored opportunity to save their money and to buy their game.

Character Customization Will Be Available On Mass Effect Andromeda?

Players are overwhelmed when they learned that character customization might be the coolest feature in Mass Effect Andromeda. According to WCCFTech, BioWare said that customization will be possible with the use of face scan.

Other than face scans, the players can play in multiplayer modes on Mass Effect Andromeda. The players will be fascinated on how BioWare incorporated character customization in the game. Also, they can either choose to play as Scott or Sara Ryder.  

Mass Effect Andromeda fans are impatient to have their game already. They are hoping that BioWare will provide the best features in the space-tastic game. With these latest news, the fans are expecting that the game will be worth the wait.

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