Mass Effect Andromeda will last longer than Mass Effect 3

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Responding to a question on Twitter, the lead designer of BioWare Ian S. Frazier has hinted that Mass Effect Andromeda could be more longer than the previous Mass Effect 3 title.


“I took a day off when ME3 came out. And then nearly took a 2nd day so I could finish it,” wrote a user on Twitter. To this,  Frazier responded “Players are going to….need more days for this one.”

We just have to wait until other statements to learn more about the longevity of Mass Effect Andromeda.

Few days before, it has been confirmed that the highest level of difficulty can be selected from the very beginning, which should ensure a good level of challenge for the more experienced players.

It was the same lead designer of BioWare Ian S. Frazier who stated that Mass Effect: Andromeda allows the player to select the highest level of difficulty from the first playthrough that can be performed; the same decision that was made by Guerrilla Games with the upcoming Horizon: Zero Dawn.

Mass Effect: Andromeda will be released on March 23 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. After Peebe, Liam and Cora, BioWare has recently disclosed new details of Vetra Nyx, the female turian that we will see within the Pathfinder team of Mass Effect: Andromeda.