Limited Access Given To Players Through Mass Effect Andromeda Trial

March 6, 2017 at 6:57 PM in Gaming News with no comments

Mass Effect Andromeda


According to Fernando Melo, the producer, Mass Effect Andromeda Trial Single Player Campaign will give EA and Origin Access members limited access to the gameplay.

According to Melo, players can play the campaign but it is “gated”. This means that up to some point, players can no longer continue. However, the game’s multiplayer mode is available without any restrictions.


The Mass Effect Andromeda trial is only for a maximum of 10 hours.

Playing in the multiplayer campaign can gain some rewards for you in the singleplayer campaign, said Melo. Players will get to receive “Pathfinder Rewards,” that includes loot boxes by completing the multiplayer missions. The Gold Item Loot Box and the Research Data Loot Box are examples of these. Check out the screenshot below:

Mass Effect Andromeda

Mass Effect Andromeda is coming to the stores on March 21 (North America) and March 23 (Europe) for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.


Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer Will Not Have Dedicated Servers The Mass Effect Andromeda Peer-to-Peer connection available for the game’s multiplayer mode. This means that a dedicated server will not be available for it. This had made a debate by players, saying that a dedicated server would be much better than the peer-to-peer connection.