In a new array of tweets from the Mass Effect: Andromeda team, we’ve found out that multiplayer rewards will lift over to a single-player campaign, along with some other details.
BioWare Lead Designer, Ian S. Frazier, did a bit of an spontaneous AMA on Twitter recently, fielding questions on all things Andromeda. One of a questions asked how transitioning between multiplayer and single-player would work, that got a startling response.
@akgeesaman@argeesaman Yup! And it’s probable to acquire sp rewards in a process. 🙂 (mp doesn’t impact sp’s story like in me3, though)
— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) Jan 16, 2017
So, it appears that there will be some rewards that we can get that will lift over to debate from multiplayer! Will those be that stat boosts that come opposite classes, or something some-more earthy like multiplayer disdainful weapons and armor? Maybe Nomad skins? While Frazier didn’t exhibit any some-more sum per a multiplayer rewards, he did discuss that we can name equipment that we craft. He even gave an example, citing Alan Rickman’s line from a cult-classic film Galaxy Quest.
@tibermoon Today in my in-progress playthrough we done an Assault Rifle named FAST and a Sniper Rifle named FURIOUS.
— Justin Perez (@thejustinperez) Jan 17, 2017
I’m staying hyped for Andromeda, though how are we fairing as a recover date nears? Let us know in a comments below!
Mass Effect: Andromeda releases Mar 21st for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Source: Justin Perez on Twitter