‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Guide: How To Beat An Architect And Get AVP Reward
The Architects in Mass Effect: Andromeda are gigantic machines equipped with very destructive firepower. They would not be a problem to gamers if they are not hostile. But the gameplay's design has these massive and destructive mechanical assemblies going against gamers. The good thing is: if gamers beat these monsters, they get equally massive AVP reward.
Taking Down An Architect Boosts A Gamer's Viability And Increase His AVP
Gamers of Mass Effect: Andromeda can increase their AVP by overcoming these Architects. They could also improve their planetary viability by 10 percent if they will take down these giant mechanical worms that weave themselves in the sands of Elaaden. They are nasty boss enemies and there are four of them in the gameplay.
If defeating one Architect in Mass Effect: Andromeda increases a gamer's viability by 10 percent, then what would be defeating all four bring him? He might get a viability boost of about 40 percent. But the problem is how to beat these gigantic worms. Since they are huge and can unleash massive firepower, it will not be easy. But it can be done. Here are the steps.
Fighting Is Done In Three Phases
To be successful, gamers who are new to Mass Effect: Andromeda may have to gain experience first before facing an Architect. After gaining enough experience, they are ready to fight these humongous mechanical worms. Fighting an Architect is done in three phases. The gamer must shoot the legs of the worm first, and then he must aim for its head, and lastly, shoot the little Remnants.
In the initial phase, a player of Mass Effect: Andromeda should aim at the pink areas of the Architect's legs. This worm has three legs. If the health of the legs goes down to about 25 percent, he can begin the second phase of the battle. The Architect will be forced to open its mouth, exposing its vulnerable spot. It's time for the gamer to hit the machine with enough firepower to deal the most damage.
Once this is done, the third phase of the battle has to commence immediately. The player must clear out all manners of Nullifiers, Assemblers, and Observers. A few more shots in the head will completely knock down the giant worm. The player can now collect his AVP reward. He must follow the same battle phases to defeat the other three Architects that he will encounter in Mass Effect: Andromeda.
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