Mass Effect Andromeda will have over 1200 Unique Characters
During PAX East 2017, BioWare has taken the opportunity to come back to talk about Mass Effect: Andromeda, the highly anticipated new installment of the sci-fi RPG series game coming March 21. Specifically, the software company has focused on the large number of individuals who populate the Andromeda galaxy.
During PAX East, the BioWare development team has shown a new gameplay of the campaign of their new game Mass Effect: Andromeda. In the same event, BioWare has shown a new gameplay of Mass Effect: Andromeda, also informing that the game will have over 1200 unique characters.
According to the words of BioWare, Mass Effect: Andromeda will be attended by over 1200 unique characters, almost doubling those of Mass Effect 3, stagnated at about 670. The team also confirmed that the game will feature a massive presence of dialogues, and that these may change from time to time depending on the characters that we have in our team.
In Mass Effect: Andromeda, you’ll be able to see every planet, moon, spacecraft and uniqueness due to galactic map Tempest. We speak of more than 100 planets to be discovered, you can land on which to explore the landscape surrounding. Each world will have the history, morphology and its challenges.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will be available from 21 March on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Yesterday, BioWare showed 52 minutes of gameplay features from the single player campaign, as well as having presented the Loyalty Mission of Liam Kosta.