‘Mass Effect: Andromeda' Producer Says More Options For In-Game Relationships
Just a couple of months away and Electronic Arts will finally release “Mass Effect: Andromeda” and fans just can’t wait for it any longer. With its impending release being eagerly anticipated, some fans took to social media asking about some in-game features. And the producers of the game revealed that there will be more options to discover various in-game relationships.
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” is a video game developed with an open world intended for players to roam the galaxy in hopes of finding new planets for the human race to colonize while taking on missions. Just like the previous “Mass Effect” games, this latest and upcoming one will also have gamers engaging in various dialogues trees, make their own choices, and even get into romantic relationships with their in-game companions. The last feature has gotten some eager fans asking for specifics that someone actually asked Mike Gamble about it.
Mike Gamble is one of the producers of “Mass Effect: Andromeda” and has taken the time to answer some inquiries about it. He answered one fan’s query on Twitter, which was rather lewd but gets the point straight, regarding on just how many relationships players can get into. Gamble revealed that there will be many romantic prospects for players in the upcoming game to explore as well as other relationships such as casual and platonic ones but the developers have remained mum on more details that may spoil the new game. Aside from that, Gamble further stated that the said title has been placed as an M-rated game, which means there will be mature content.
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” is slated to debut this March 21 in North America and on March 23 in Europe. It is set to release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Officially announced in 2015 at that year’s E3 press conference, this up and coming installment is the first of the series to venture in an open world environment and the developer, BioWare, has already confirmed that this game will not be having a Season Pass.
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