10 Hour Mass Effect: Andromeda Free Trial for EA Access Members

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EA Access members – you are in for a big surprise! If you have a subscription to Electronic Arts’ game subscription, available on the Origin client, then you will be given an opportunity to play the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda for the price of absolutely nothing. That’s right, it’s a 10 hour free-trial of one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017.

At the NVIDIA CES (Consumer Electronics Show) of 2016 keynote presentation, Jen-Hsun Huang showcased an exclusive trailer on game-play and environment. It revealed much more about what fans can expect. There was a lot of “YES!!” here at Don’t Feed the Gamers. For example, you can place points into a larger variety of skills, and the overall mechanics seem much smoother and even more action-packed. Check out what it looks like, below:

Interested in participating in the trial exclusively made available on the Xbox One? You can purchase a monthly subscription to Access for $5 per month, or $30 a year. If you decide to take on the latter, it’s only 2.5 dollars – half the price of a month-by-month pledge. Even though it’s just one game, you never know what other free trials may come out in 2017. It may be a worthwhile investment. The hype for Mass Effect: Andromeda might be real, but some players may want to make sure before committing to such a large purchase. Triple A games aren’t cheap, that’s for sure.

That’s not the only thing you get from an EA Access subscription either. Members gain access to “The Vault”, wherein lies 60+ titles you can play for free at your leisure.

The trial itself will be available 5 days prior to Andromeda’s March 21st release. What do you think of EA Access’ exclusive free trial of Andromeda? Will you be purchasing a subscription, or just getting a personal copy of the game right off the bat? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below, we would love to hear from you!

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