Early access members can download the entire Mass Effect: Andromeda game but will be limited in gameplay until it releases next week
Can’t wait until March 21 to get your hands upon Mass Effect: Andromeda? Don’t worry, EA have got your covered, but only if you willing to shell out a few extra pennies for the early access.
Mass Effect: Andromeda, one of the biggest anticipated games of 2017 is now available for trials on EA and Origin access before than expected. But don’t expect to enjoy the immense gameplay wholly.
The gameplay will be restricted up to a particular point. Players will still be able to explore the available starting planet once the available missions are completed. But there is an overall time restriction of up to ten hours. That includes not just the gameplay. So make sure you scroll the least through the settings and in-game menus.
However, there won’t be any restriction for the multiplayer modes. Players can also download the entire game of 42 GB size through the Early Access.
The EA Access trial is made available for Xbox One console, while PC gamers can enjoy early access through Origin Access. To activate a plan, players can purchase a month’s subscription of the respective early access. They can also cancel the subscription later on. Game progress will be carried over if you purchase the full version of the game.
The EA Access trial is only available on Xbox One, whereas Origin Access is available on PC. It’s possible to purchase a month’s subscription to take advantage of the trial and cancel later. Achievements and progression will carry over if you buy the full game.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will be arriving on March 21st for Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 consoles in North America, and on March 23rd in Europe.