The full version of Mass Effect: Andromeda will be released on Tuesday, March 21 in the USA and March 23 in the United Kingdom and Australia. Andromeda is now available via early access on EA and Origin Access and some of those who have tried it have particular been disappointed with janky animations and face models.
Mass Effect Andromeda will be coming out on the 21st of March in America and later on in Europe on the 23rd of March.
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If you didn't want to spend the money on an Origin Access subscription to see how Mass Effect: Andromeda runs on your PC ahead of launch, you'll at least be going in on day one with a more optimised Nvidia driver.
You will also need to download the update in order to play the game in 4K with HDR.
GeForce hardware owners can unlock faster framerates and support for higher resolutions in the Windows PC version of Mass: Effect: Andromeda by installing Nvidia's official Game Ready drivers.
Nvidia continues: "If you wish to crank the settings and resolution way up, consider SLI configurations, which are now supported in Mass Effect: Andromeda with the release of the new Game Ready driver". Like earlier games we will get to combine gunplay and special abilities, but with the addition of some new moves and an extensive gear-crafting system.
When your boss or teacher reads the doctor's note for Mass Effect: Andromeda, make sure you have good backstory on what exactly an Asari is and why the Andromeda Initiative sounds like a space camp.