Good news for Mass Effect fans. Bioware, developer of the upcoming action, sci-fi game Mass Effect Andromeda recently announced that the subscribers of the EA and Origin Access will be given 10 hours of free trial one week before the game launches.
The free trial will be given to the PC and Xbox One gamers, starting from March 16th. While nothing related to the beta for PS4 is shared at the moment, so the PS4 gamers might have to wait till the release date of Mass Effect Andromeda. The announcement was made via Twitter profile of the Mass Effect franchise.
@N7Follower Yes, EA Access for ME:A starts on March 16th for all members.
— Mass Effect (@masseffect) January 20, 2017
The EA and Origin Access subscribers will be getting their game progress transferred to the original game the day it gets released. Origin Access is a service from EA allowing players with the access to the digital library of famous EA games, discount of up to 10% on different goods and timed exclusive trails to the forthcoming games.
Mass Effect Andromeda is scheduled for release on March 21st in North America and March 23rd in the Europe for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game takes place before the events of the Reaper’s Invasion in Mass Effect 2 where you along with the pathfinder must find a new home for the humanity, overcoming all the odds in your way.