BioWare’s Mass Effect Andromeda Game Play series is finally here! The very first part of the series talks all about the game’s basic combat.
In the game Mass Effect Andromeda, the role of the players are Pathfinders that are searching for a new home where humanity can once again live in. The vast space that you are exploring is riddled with enemies so you must familiarize yourself with the game’s combat system.
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The combat series introduces the players to the basic weapons and skills. The guns in the game come in 4 different categories: Pistols, Shotguns, Sniper Rifles, and Assault Rifles. All available guns do not have any class restrictions, meaning, they are available to all players. A huge range of melee weapons are also available in the game.
The guns are also classified into 3 different technology types: Milkyway, Remnant, and Helios. The Milkyway weapons use physical projectile ammunition. They are high impact projectile based guns. Since these types use physical ammo, players must always keep an eye on the amount of ammo they have left. The next type is the Remnant weapons which have a high rate of fire and are very accurate. These types don’t rely on ammo but have a cooling down time as they tend to overheat. The third one is the Helios weapons. These are plasma based that are slower compared to the other two. These types are able to be charged before releasing to give out a stronger hit.
The skill classes available to the players mentioned are Combat Skills that lets the players concentrate on the weapon, armor, and simply making your character the ultimate soldier. The next is Tech Skills which focuses on strategic improvements for you and your squad. The third that was tackled is Biotics where players are able to harness the power of mass and gravity.
You can watch the complete video below. At the end part of the video you will see all that has been talked about into action:
Mass Effect Andromeda releases on March 21 (NA) and March 23 (UK). Play the game on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Bioware’s Mass Effect Andromeda teased everybody with a 15-second video in twitter. The very short trailer introduces the full combat video that is going to be released the next day.