EA and Origin Access members will get a 10-hour hearing of Mass Effect: Andromeda scarcely a week before a game’s launch.
Beginning Mar 16th, Xbox One users who have subscribed to EA Access and PC gamers who have Origin Access will have a ability to play Mass Effect: Andromeda forward of a title’s Mar 21st launch.
@N7Follower Yes, EA Access for ME:A starts on Mar 16th for all members.
— Mass Effect (@masseffect) Jan 20, 2017
If you’ve been watchful for a intergalactic space play for as prolonged as we have, we might confirm to chuck down a $4.99 for a month of a use usually to get a diversion a small early. However, before we get too excited, know that a hearing will usually be 10 hours long.
That being said, here’s a very critical PSA: The time on such trials continues to count if a diversion is paused or not sealed out of. Menu screens count as well.
Remember this, and don’t tumble into a same array of basin we did with the We Happy Few demo. All swell during a Play First Trial will also lift over, so play smart!
Mass Effect: Andromeda launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC Mar 21st.
Source: Mass Effect on Twitter