Mass Effect: Andromeda

 

 

Mass Effect: The Andromeda corner of the next galaxy is immense, vast and immensely complex. But occasionally, confusion can reign as effectively as the Archon. And not everyone has the benefit of an illuminated keyboard and mouse giving vital feedback on events in the game (think Logitech G’s limited-edition gaming peripherals).

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Here are seven things you probably did not know about EA and the epic science fiction action of BioWare RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Increase your viability points

There are five planets that you can solve, but it is not guaranteed that you can. The key is, of course, to raise the viability points of Andromeda (AVP), but some actions pay more than others. Be sure to explore the Remnant vault for a 40 percent viability increase. It is part of the main search on some planets, but not all – if not, go look for it. Then set an outpost for 20 percent more. You can not do this right away, but make sure you do it when you can.

XP Collection

It’s not as if you’re short on side quests, but it’s important not to ignore them altogether. You need XP, and some bosses are truly murderers if you just prioritize Core Operations. Some of the best side missions, with some of the best writings of Andromeda, are found in emails. So ignore all the viewers in need and check out their inbox instead.

Essential Skills

Whatever you plan to specialize in later, there are some powerful skills that you should invest right away. Combat Fitness increases the health of your baseline, shield, weapon load and clip size statistics, and is invaluable in making you more resilient and effective. For offense, Singularity improves most of the ranged attacks for a huge increase in damage, working brilliantly against enemy clusters – and even bosses. For defense, Barricade protects you and improves your shields, and if you upgrade gives damage bonus.

Landing on new planets

If you orbit and scan a planet and find no anomaly, continue – you can never land. But if you’ve landed somewhere and interacted with monoliths or vaults, it’s worth coming back later. You will find new places and side missions (surprise) have emerged.

The right gear at hand

Changing weapons and armor can be problematic, but you have several options. The most obvious is when landing, through the loading screen, and again before a big fight completing a Priority Ops mission. Keep in mind that it is also possible in advanced stations and even some research stations, however, as well as in the Lock of Tempest. Armor and civilian clothing can be customized via the wardrobe in your cabin.

Respect the Re-Spec

If you do not like your skills, head to the medbay on the lower deck of the Tempest and find the Re-Spec station. For 20 credits you can erase all your skills, recover all your points and disseminate them in a better way. Just make sure it’s better – it gets more expensive every time.

Customizing your ride

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