Electronics Arts has announced it will be allowing its Access/Origins members early play-time with Mass Effect: Andromeda.
These members will be getting a 10-hour trial period, five days early, on March 16th. EA Access and Origin members can also carry over those 10 hours when the game actually launches on March 21st (March 23rd for people in Europe). Those lucky bastards.
Unfortunately, PS4 players get the shit end of the stick, because they get no early access of any kind. They can, however, get a chance to beta test the game’s multiplayer. Andromeda’s multiplayer was confirmed by BioWare in November of 2016. Platforms for the beta have not yet been confirmed, but anyone can try and sign up for a chance to take part in the testing by going to BioWare’s website.
In other EA Access news, the publisher recently revealed it was added four more titles to its list of free games. You can read more about those, here.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will not have a season pass, but will be including DLC. How it will be released is the freaking mystery. BioWare has said they are planning to discuss this in the future.