Five days before the official launch ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ will release an official demo of the game only accessible to subscribers of EA and Origin Access “for a limited time.”On March 16 it will be published and will last approximately 10 hours, then it will be automatically updated to the full game on March 23rd to all those who have pre-purchased it.
For pre-owners and undecided
Michael Gamble, producer of ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’, already confirmed a few weeks ago on Twitter that the game would be available at Origin Access on March 21, at the same time that the official account of Mass Effect stated that EA Access users could Try the game five days before its release.
That way, the owners of ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ on PC and Xbox One (EA Access is not available on PS4) will be able to enjoy a part of the game before its official launch, having the possibility to continue with that game started in rhe demo once the game has been released, while users who have not bought the new installment of the series will have the opportunity to discover the new features of ‘Andromeda’ and decide based on that demo if they want to get hold of it or not.
This demo will be the first time that players will be able to take control of ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ and join the list of EA Access and Origin Access games that have previously published tests such as ‘Battlefield 1’ or ‘FIFA 17’.