Published: Mon, January 23, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Mass Effect Andromeda 10 Hour Early Play for EA Access Origin Access

Mass Effect Andromeda 10 Hour Early Play for EA Access Origin Access

From the looks of things, players might have to scavenge parts and technologies before they can craft their own Mass Effect Andromeda weapons, similar to alien weapon researching in XCOM games.

Can't wait to play Mass Effect: Andromeda?

Hiding behind a boring headline and an announcement about the addition of some old games to the Access Vault is the news that the clumsily named Mass Effect: Andromeda EA Access Play First Trial - we'll probably call it a demo - kicks off on March 16, five days before the game's release in the USA. A similar service, Origin Access, is also available to PC customers. All progress made during the early access period will be carried over to the full retail release when it launches a week later on March 21st 2017.

Earlier this month, we learned that EA and Origin Access subscribers would get a chance to play Mass Effect: Andromeda early.

Gamers can start up an EA Access membership for as little as $5 a month, while a year's subscription costs $30.

Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 were just recently added to the vault.

While PS4 players might miss out on the generous timed trial an entire week before the game's launch, Mass Effect: Andromeda will be having a multiplayer beta, which will be open to PlayStation players as well as Xbox and PC.

Following in the footsteps of Mirror's Edge Catalyst and Star Wars Battlefront, the extensive free trial will be available for all active subscribers.

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