Although Mass Effect: Andromeda was not in the best state when the game launched back in March, it has come a long way in rectifying the problem areas, with numerous updates that have improved animations, lip syncing and other issues over the last few months.
Now, BioWare seems to be trying to showcase these improvements by releasing a new free trial for the game. This could be a great approach to bring back fans of the series who may have been jaded by the initial negative reaction the game received.
The new trial appears to be the same ten-hour trial that EA Access and Origin Access members received ahead of the game's launch. However, this time around, PlayStation 4 players will also be able to join in, and even those who have already used up the ten hours from their EA and Origin Access trials can pick up where they left off in the new trial.
During the ten hour period, players are given access to the single-player campaign's first planet, Eos, as well as unrestricted access to the cooperative multiplayer mode. All progress from the trial period will also carry over to the full game for anyone who decides to purchase it afterward.
The new Mass Effect: Andromeda trial is now available for free on PC via Origin, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and will continue to be accessible until November 1, 2017.
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