As part of N7 Day, Amazon’s pre-order page has gone live for Mass Effect Andromeda, revealing several details about the anticipated title. This includes 4-player multiplayer, an improved progression tree for weapons and skills, and even destructible environments. It’s also our first look at the the box art for the game.
Also, Spencer recently teased that some of the most desired Xbox 360 games for the backwards compatibility program would finally make the list. Today, we’ve learned that two of those titles are BioWare’s Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3. With the original Mass Effect already on the list, it now means one of the biggest trilogies of the last console generation is now available on Xbox One.
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Lastly, BioWare has also released a new cinematic trailer for the newest title in the franchise— Mass Effect: Andromeda. The Andromeda Initiative, a program offering fans the latest news and reward opportunities, also beings today.
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