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EA Access members now get Mass Effect: Andromeda Deluxe Edition

EA Access members are in for a treat because they now get access to the Deluxe Edition through their subscription. A few weeks ago EA announced that the game was coming to EA Access and the standard edition became available soon after. However, the standard edition doesn't offer many perks especially when it comes to the multiplayer mode. The Mass Effect: Andromeda Deluxe Edition include the following content.

  • Pathfinder Elite Weapon Set
  • Deep Space Explorer Armor
  • Scavenger Armor
  • Two Pathfinder casual outfits
  • Skins for your Nomad all-terrain vehicle
  • A Pet Pyjak
  • The Mass Effect: Andromeda digital soundtrack
  • Multiplayer Deluxe Launch Pack
  • Multiplayer Booster Pack

Mass Effect: Andromeda may have launched in a broken state but now a lot of its problems have been fixed. The game takes players to the Andromeda galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way and into the future. There, gamers will lead Humanity's fight for a new home in hostile territory as the Pathfinder. According to BioWare, this is the story of humanity's next chapter, and player choices throughout the game will ultimately determine their survival. It's a shame that this game damaged the reputation of the franchise and we may not receive a sequel for a while.

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8 Comments
  • DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM EA!!!  TIME FOR A BOYCOTT!!!
  • Personally I won't buy an EA game again, not because of the loot crates, but because I can get the Access subscription finish the game,and be done with it :)
  • A thought occurs. I know I've stopped buying from EA due to knowing most games eventually come to EA Access. What if their sudden micro transaction strategy is because I'm not the only one? 
  • This is me, through and through. I don't buy EA games straight away (except the occasional indie title) because of EA Access.
  • When you're not the only one, they'll massively increase the cost of EA Access. No. Micro transactions currently are just plain old greed.
  • EA Access is good. Shame there is not a better spread of titles. Could do with a couple of indie studios in there. Mainly older titles. Having said that, it is worth the £20 to play Dead Space 1, if you never tried it.
  • This is currently on sale for $16, digital gold members.
  • Good news who still dont beat the game.
    Beat game in the release days, good game, just not so great like me3 & me1, but still good