Mass Effect Andromeda News And Update: Developer Releases New Trailer, Shows Off Golden Worlds
Yes, the Mass Effect: Andromeda hype is still alive and kicking. It continues to linger even up to this day, most especially with the release of a new trailer from developer BioWare. If players knew about the world of the game through hints and, well, reports, this time, it's going to be different. They'll now have the chance to have a look-see at what this game is all about - at least on its settings department.
According to GameSpot, the developer of the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda has released a brand new trailer. It showcases the game's beautiful and stunning Golden Worlds. In the game, these planets are believed to be a perfect habitat for all of humanity. It's worth noting that here, the humankind tries to colonize the Andromeda galaxy.
In the aforementioned video, it features the crew's very own tech officer named Suvi. The latter is basically discussing everything that's related to the Golden Worlds. The forthcoming game is just a couple of days away from its release. Unfortunately though, the highly anticipated feature called multiplayer tech test is cancelled. The studio resorted to do so, but didn't offer to give out any explanation. They insisted, however, that it's the right decision for the entirety of the game.
Although the said beta is definitely a bust, Mass Effect: Andromeda players will have something to look forward to. That's because a 10-hour trial on both EA Access and Origin will be given. The only catch, though, is that this applies to players who own either Xbox One or PC. This access will give them the chance to try the game prior to its official released, as reported by Express.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is slated to hit the shelves come March 21. It'll be made available across all platforms - namely, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. As for the aforesaid trial, it'll reportedly take place on March 16. The studio has yet to announce or confirm if the trial run will arrive to Sony's system.
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