Mass Effect Andromeda Gets Four New Screenshots, Multiplayer Will Be a Class-based Experience
Some additional Mass Effect Andromeda information just became available through the Origin Store, where you can already pre-order the game.
It seems like there's a "Super Deluxe Edition" exclusive to the store, priced at $89.99. It will give you 20 weekly multiplayer launch packs (with weapons and equipment) as well as 20 weekly multiplayer booster packs to boost your progression.
The overview of the game also gives a little more information on the multiplayer mode, which will apparently be a class-based experience.
Join the APEX Forces. Multiplayer in Mass Effect Andromeda places you into a class-based, 4-player co-op fire-team experience. Team up with three of your friends to take on the enemy threat and protect the interests of the Andromeda Initiative.
Finally, there are four new rather pretty screenshots of Mass Effect Andromeda which you can find in the gallery below. They were taken at 1080P resolution, sadly.
Mass Effect Andromeda will support PlayStation 4 Pro with 1800P (3200x1800) resolution and checkerboard rendering, just like Watch Dogs 2. The game is also going to support High Dynamic Range technology (HDR10 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One S, Dolby Vision on PC).
The new chapter in the Mass Effect franchise is now expected to launch at some point in Spring 2017 (it was previously scheduled for Q1, which goes from January to March). Its first gameplay will debut in about three weeks at Geoff Keighley's The Game Awards 2016 event in Los Angeles, California.
In the meantime, do check out the brand new cinematic reveal trailer. By the way, Bioware also just revealed that renown actor Clancy Brown will voice Alec Rider (the father), while Tom Taylorson and Fryda Wolff will voice siblings Scott and Sarah Ryder, respectively.