Is Mass Effect: Andromeda Coming on March 21?

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Take this with a grain of salt. According to a new book description on Amazon, Mass Effect: Andromeda could be released by the end of March.

It’s probably not the first time the retailer king Amazon hints to the release of a game. It’s also not the first time that something Amazon states turns out not to be true, courtesy of multiple industry delays. However, every bits and pieces we can get about Mass Effect: Andromeda’s possible release date sound great. In this case, the hint comes with the shape of a book called The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda, which will be available on March 21. The product description has the following line: “Dark Horse will release The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda simultaneously with the game!” Does it mean that we’ll start a new adventure on March 21?

Dark Horse is one of the most famous comic publishers in the United States and has been working with Bioware for a while now. The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda is, as its name signals, your visual compendium to the new game. Bioware has not made official this date so we may want to take it with a little bit of skepticism. On the other hand, the date lines up with the time frame of “early 2017” that EA gave. So we just may wait and see what happens in the near future.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda Starts a New Chapter

The next installment in the Mass Effect series will take us to a brand new galaxy, where new perils and challenges await. Andromeda stands for absolute exploration and it seems that Bioware wants to bring an open world ecosystem to their most famous Sci-Fi franchise – something that they already accomplished with Dragon Age: Inquisition. The Shepard legacy is done for good and now it’s time for Ryder, one of a pair of siblings, and a colonist who’s not a hero – not yet.

Stay tuned to the Fanatics, as we uncover more details about Bioware’s next game.

[Source: Amazon]

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