Free Mass Effect: Andromeda and Star Wars: Battlefront II Available for Origin Access subscribers

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Mass Effect: Andromeda did not manage to live up to the legacy of the original trilogy due to malicious content and low sales. Electronic Arts have decided to put it for free on Origin Access hopping this will boost its popularity.

More treats for Origin Access subscribers

Those who use the subscription-based service, Origin Access, can enjoy unlimited access a vast range of EA games. The subscription is usually 5$ per month. Usually, the free of charge games are older ones or the Play First trials. Mass Effect: Andromeda the full game is available. Other new additions include Star Wars Battlefront II Play First Trial and the trial version of Need for Speed: Payback. So far the specific dates of the releases have not been announced but it is expected to be until December.

Most likely Star Wars: Battlefront II will be available before its release on the 17th of November.

Mass Effect: Andromeda

The role-playing video game was released in March this year and is the forth entry in the legendary Mass Effect series.

The story of the game begins in the Milky Way Galaxy in the 22nd century. The storyline is centered on the fact that humanity is planning on populating the Andromeda Galaxy and the player assumes the role of Scott/Sara Ryder. The character is a military recruit who joins the Andromeda Initiative. He/She must deal with aliens and at the same time find humanity’s new home.

Previously, the Mass Effect trilogy was developed by BioWare (Edmonton Studio), while the fourth game was handled by a new team in Montreal. The game suffered many obstacles and changes of plans, especially in the creative vision department. Several patches were released after critical feedback resulted in low sale records.

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