The Mass Effect Andromeda release is expected to be in Spring 2017 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. It?s certainly a great news for fans who have been clamoring for more details about the next chapter in the popular sci-fi series.
The aforementioned gameplay has been years in the making. Several fans have high expectations of what?s to come. However, it looks like many will not be pleased to learn that Mass Effect Andromeda will not allow players to explore the entirety of the Andromeda galaxy.
The news was revealed by Mac Walters. The creative director of the game previously announced that Mass Effect Andromeda will be limited to local clusters. Walters also confirmed a fan theory.
A fan recently made the assumption that the reason why players will not be able to explore the entirety of Andromeda is due to the Tempest Relay functionality. When Walters was asked about this, he said ??That?s a wise assumption. Yes.?
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Walters is going all in as he revealed further details about character customization. He also discussed the face models for custom characters in the gameplay. The developer revealed that Sarah Ryder does have a face model.
It was also revealed that the customizable characters are based on scans. Some fans are not happy about not getting the chance to explore the entirety of Andromeda in the upcoming gameplay. But the majority are grateful that this has been clarified before it causes greater disappointment during the actual Mass Effect Andromeda release.
Rumors are swirling that the game?will be playable first on the Xbox One. This information has not been officially confirmed. But it seems realistic considering the relationship that Electronic Arts has had with Microsoft in this console generation. Some games like Star Wars: Battlefront and Titanfall 2 launched ahead of other platforms with the EA Access program.
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