Mar 20, 2017 08:48 AM EDT
‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Tips, Tricks For Players To Follow In Multiplayer Mode [VIDEO]
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" has tons of features for players to try out and one of it is the multiplayer mode. They can try out the main multiplayer feature, which is the wave-based team shooter that has various objectives and three enemy types. Selecting the Quick Match and choosing the three difficulties will put them in a match with others on one of the five maps against several enemies.
The players' teams will be challenged to survive seven waves of different missions. Here are some tips and strategies for them to follow and customize for their advantage.
Customizing loadouts always
In "Mass Effect: Andromeda," it is imperative that players should customize their loadouts right away before heading into the multiplayer battle, according to IGN. For those who want a faster recharge time on their abilities, they can select the lighter weapons like the pistol and the assault rifle combo.
The Avenger or the Predator can give the players a 100 percent recharge speed, but wielding a sniper rifle like the Viper will give them a 25 percent penalty. This means they will use their abilities less often, and that will be a disadvantage.
Passive skills are important
Players will level up after getting the necessary experience points, and they can distribute the skill points to different skills they can use in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." It is imperative that they should not neglect the passive skills because they can turn the tide of the battle with an advantage in status. These skills can help them survive longer and be more proficient in combat.
Players are advised to add mods whenever they get their hands on one. These mods are account-wide, which makes it applicable to each of their weapons if they are available to them.
Cover and mobility
In fighting against waves of enemies, players should be moving around instead of standing and waiting for them to arrive. According to Segment Next, they should also be behind cover to lessen or avoid the damage they will take from bullets flying around. They can also recharge their skills easily with this method, which is why it is important to take cover right away.
Responding to poor animations in "Mass Effect: Andromeda"
In other "Mass Effect: Andromeda" related news, an online harassment campaign was directed at a former employee of Electronic Arts. They blamed her for the poor animations in the game, but BioWare has tweeted a statement in regards to the it.
Check out the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" Official Multiplayer Gameplay video below: