'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Gets New Dialogue SystemBy Erwin Castro, UniversityHerald Reporter
The upcoming space adventure game "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is about to get some big lift this week. BioWare clearly wants to keep its players more engaged and also give them lots of freedom to express themselves. So the developer decided to replace the Paragon and Renegade system with something new and more engaging dialogue system.
Andromeda Has A New Dialogue System
According to SegmentNext, the game's dialogue system is being changed because it was tied near-exclusively to Shepard and that the Ryder twins that will be serving as the main character will be getting something different. Along with the new dialogue system, the characters will now respond to situations in more tones of voice. Characters will now be able to speak in four different tones, the gaming website reported.
BioWare Explains Why They Replaced Paragon And Renegade System
BioWare Creative Director Mac Walters has discussed more the evolution of the dialogue system in a recent interview with the Official Xbox Magazine. Walter has made a more detailed explanation on how the system has evolved and changed from the original Mass Effect trilogy, and how it will engage the current players.
Walters also added that the new dialogue system will be based around agreeing and disagreeing. The director has even further elaborated on the new system, explaining to the crowd that the added tones will allow Andromeda players to express them more freely than before, according to Wccftech.
First announced on 2015 at E3 2015, Andromeda is the first game in the Mass Effect series to bring an open world environment.
The game has been developed using the Frostbite 3 engine, which required the game developer to construct all systems, tools, and assets from scratch.BioWare has pushed the boundary of technological limit in building the game. They would hire other Frostbite developers to assist them in using the game engine and even invited the Need for Speed team to their site to help on the technical side.
BioWare's space adventure game "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be coming next month on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.