New Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer Screenshots Show Character Selection and Customization

Mass Effect Andromeda's multiplayer gets closer to its unveiling with a few screenshots.

on March 4, 2017 12:56 AM

Mass Effect Andromeda‘s multiplayer is still mostly a mystery, but Producer Fernando Melo has been sharing a few screenshots on Twitter.

The screenshots, that you can enjoy in the gallery below show character selection and customization, giving us a glimpse on the options available, including a color wheel for armor.

Incidentally, we also get quite a lot of information on multiplayer from Melo himself.

Female Krogan will be playable (there will be females of all races, but no male Asari, obviously), and all the characters you’ll be able to select have unique looks. You won’t be able to customize a character’s face, but there is some customiztaion for the armor (as shown in one of the screenshots), which includes color and patterns.

Packs will still be in the game, and they can be opened wither via playing or paying. Progression will work similarly to Mass Effect 3, with more options unlocked as you rank up. Interesting, different characters will also have different rarity levels, as shown by the color of the rings around the portraits, with rarer kits having a slight edge. Every single kit also levels up independently, and they have their own unique voice and personality.

During matches each player contributes to the total experience granted, and the the whole amount is granted to all.

If you want to see more, you can enjoy a recent trailer, and you can also check out an older trailer, and more screenshots.

Mass Effect Andromeda releases on PS4, Xbox One and PC on March 21st in North America and on March 23rd in Europe.

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