The usual open-world in the new part of Mass Effect will not.
Representatives of the Studio BioWare has made a new statement about the future world space action Mass Effect: Andromeda. Earlier, there were reports that for the first time in the series, the game will receive a completely open world in which Bioware focused on the game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now the developers said that the usual open-world in the new part of Mass Effect will not.
As it turned out, in previous statements from the developers was that the game will get a lot of large and open locations, like space cities and planet surfaces. Some locations is quite extensive, so gamers have plenty to ride in the new Rover “Kochevnik” (Nomad). However, it will still separate locations, in the manner of planets and missions of the previous games in the series, just much roomier and pererabotannoe. However, given that the action in Mass Effect: Andromeda takes place in a new galaxy, and involves several dozen different planets, different developers could not.
Producer of Mass Effect: Andromeda Michael gamble (Michael Gamble) said that he “definitely would not say that the game has the usual open world sandbox”. According to him, the new Mass Effect is “space shooter with an emphasis on the study of distant planets and worlds.” Of course, the game will not be linear, but the story component of it will be very important as in previous games in the series.
Game Mass Effect: Andromeda comes out March 21 on PC, Xbox One and PS4. Members of the program EA (or Origin) Access will be able to play in the first 10 hours of gameplay for free since March 16.
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