Let Your Creativity Flourish With This Mass Effect: Andromeda Coloring Book
If you wanted to keep track of your multiplayer progress in Mass Effect: Andromeda, there’s an app for that. However, if it’s putting down some color on paper that happens to feature your favorite video game franchise that you’re looking for, well, there’s a book in which you can do this. Yes, you read that correctly. The Mass Effect: Andromeda coloring book is available to not only help you see the franchise the way you want, but also allow your creativity to see the light of day.
The current edition of the adult Andromeda coloring book includes an exclusive cover variant that features the lovable asari Pelessaria B’Sayle. You may know her better as Peebee, however, that is merely the beginning. Artists Juann Cabal, Ron Chan, Gabriel Guzman, Andres Ponce, and Martin Tunica combined forces to give fans over 40 images to color as they see fit. Here are the details straight from BioWare’s mouth:
Celebrate the excitement and beauty of the Mass Effect universe with the Mass Effect Adult Coloring Book, including art inspired by the original Mass Effect trilogy and Mass Effect: Andromeda, and featuring forty-five black-and-white images that you can color however you choose. This is a must-have for all fans of science-fiction adventure!!”
Each image in the adult Andromeda coloring book is “printed one-sided on high-quality stock with a lay-flat binding” and can be found at the BioWare store for $15. Be sure to grab one before the exclusive cover variant is no longer available. You can also check out a couple images from the book below:
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