Andromeda Is "Softcore Space Porn", Apparently

Now that Mass Effect Andromeda has gone gold, BioWare has revealed that the game will be "at least 45GB" on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is due March 21 in North America and March 23 in Europe for all those interested in rocking the interstellar casbah.

This is just the latest piece of information to be confirmed about the game, as BioWare recently revealed lots of new details about Mass Effect: Andromeda's combat, including skills and abilities, weapons and enemy types. This is because seeing the teasers and trailers saw only six squad members coming to Andromeda.

While many fans are already starting to prepare for their initial "Mass Effect: Andromeda" playthroughs, they should know that the endgame of this RPG will still provide plenty of things for them to do.

But the way we see it, six is still a solid number as having fewer or more may spoil the balance in the game. Mass Effect Andromeda will be no different. Do you agree with our opinion?

Frazier added that this day one patch is still in development because some of its contents still need to be certified, but the plan is to apparently make this downloadable available even to early access players.

According to the BioWare's top brass, the main Mass Effect Andromeda will take up at least 55 GB of your hard disk, and the subsequent first-day patch will take up some 45 GB. The word officially came from BioWare, and players can expect a multiplayer beta sometime before the launch.

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