Mass Effect: Andromeda News: BioWare Will Let You Create And Name Weapons

BioWare is building the anticipation of the players with its upcoming game, Mass Effect Andromeda.The players are allowed to create their weapons and the better part is that they can decide what they want to call them.

Craft And Name Weapons In Mass Effect: Andromeda

The lead designer of Mass Effect: Andromeda, Ian Frazier, has confirmed that players can create their own meelee weapons. According to VG247, the players are given the power to name any weapon in the game. This means that their weapons are personalized with how they wish to call it.

If the players want a different type of hammer other than the usual krogan-tyle, they can change it and call it Grabthar's Hammeras Frazier discussed. As per PC Gamer, Senior Designer, Justin Perez has designed an assault riffle called "Fast" and a sniper rifle called "Furious". The fans started to wonder if meelee weapons will be finally available in the game.

Before, the meelee weapons are used only in multiplayer campaign in other Mass Effect games. The good news is that Omni Blade will be returning in Mass Effect: Andromeda. This means that the players will be able to upgrade the weapon with their desired feature.

Mass Effect: Andromeda's Weapon Crafting Is Different

According to Eurogamer, this is not the first time that BioWare has included an option of crafting own's weapon in its game. Before, the developer has added the intriguing feature in Dragon's Age: Inquisition. Frazier said that the weapons' choices are limitless.

BioWare is positive that the weapon crafting and naming in Mass Effect: Andromeda will be better than its famous RPG released last 2014. The developer wants the players to maximize the idea of designing their own weapon.

Players are getting more interested in Mass Effect: Andromeda because of the upcoming features that BioWare has revealed recently. The craft and name a weapon is just a bonus revelation.

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