Mass Effect: Andromeda is still far from release, but BioWare has revealed some new details about game’s big-size world and gameplay modes, which includes co-op multiplayer.
According to the Canadian developer, gamers will enjoy co-op multiplayer in a “really big” galaxy when Mass Effect: Andromeda releases on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Mass Effect development director Chris Wynn suggested on Twitter that it’s on track to release in Holiday 2016, despite still being in an early stage of development.
Not long ago, GameTribute broke the story that Mass Effect: Andromeda runs run on an entirely new engine designed for the latest PS4, Xbox One and PC hardware. Lending more credence to that report, Wynn admitted that the game offers gamers a “really big” galaxy when compared to the earlier Mass Effect titles.
I don’t know about you, but we take “really big” to mean “ridiculously massive.” Fortunately, BioWare made sure not to make it a barren universe, having incorporated many exciting things for the most intrepid of space adventurers to do.
Co-op multiplayer makes a return, adding more variety to gameplay. It was a very enjoyable part of Mass Effect 3, but let’s hope it’s even better this time around.
Will Mass Effect: Andromeda be ready for a holiday 2016 release? Will co-op multiplayer add to the fun? Head to the comments section and let us know what you want to see in the game.