Meet Mass Effect: Andromeda’s New Collector’s Edition Feat. the Mako, The Nomad ND1
As a part of the N7 day festivities and following the release of the the first official full trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda, there also comes the announcement of this special collector’s edition replica. Meet the Nomad ND1, the successor to the original trilogies popular M35 Mako. This model is available in two options both featuring a version of the Mako’s replacement. The $199.99 version gets you a fully remote controllable Nomad. The highly detailed 1:18 scale RC vehicle is 6 wheel drive and comes with both front and rear steering which you control via an app from your smartphone. In fact, you can even control the vehicle’s lights, take photos, and video all from the same downloadable app. The version also comes with a built-in battery and a USB charging cable.
Alternatively, there is a slightly cheaper version of the collector’s edition replica for $99.99. This option gives you the same highly detailed 1:18 scale model however it’s not remote controllable but it is made from sturdy die-cast metal and features not only a fully detailed interior with working doors that open to reveal the illuminated control panel/dashboard, but also a pop-up drone that adds to the replica’s authenticity.
Both versions also come enclosed in a steel book case. The best part about this reveal is that they’re both available for pre-order now! We’ve placed our order! This is just the start as the N7 day celebrations continue! Stay with us as other Mass Effect tidbits are released throughout the day.
What did you think of the trailer and which one of the Nomads above do you plan on picking up? Let us know by joining the conversation in the comments below and as always keep a tab open on Don’t Feed The Gamers for all the Mass Effect and other video game news you need to know.
•Looking for more Mass Effect content? Check out our reaction video to the brand new trailer.
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