Among the many criticisms Mass Effect Andromeda has been getting from fans and critics alike, EA has the gonads to reveal the pricing on their microtransactions.
Like so many other triple A titles, Mass Effect has buckled to the masses, and included these transactions for their multiplayer mode. The in-game currency is being called Points (which is seriously generic) and has been seen on PlayStation’s Store and Xbox’s Store. These went up today, the same day Mass Effect Andromeda launches.
This digital currency is can be used to buy in-game multiplayer packs, which seem to only come with cosmetic items. That, of course, might not last for the entire course of the games time period. Players can also acquire Points from regular gameplay, so these micros are just to get them these packs faster.
As usual, the Points are being offered in bundled form, which you can see below and EA/Origin members save 10% on all prices.
Mass Effect Andromeda Pricing:
- 500 Points — $5
- 1,050 Points — $10
- 2,150 Points — $20
- 3,250 Points — $30
- 5,750 Points — $50
- 12,000 Points — $100