Just because N7 day is over it does not mean the end of Mass Effect: Andromeda news, Bioware is letting eager fans sign up for the beta for Mass Effect: Andromeda's multiplayer mode.
Two days ago, on N7 day there was a whole lot of Mass Effect news like a new epic trailer, the old Mass Effect games got made backwards-compatible, a trailer with some backstory to Andromeda, even more details with some spoilers in it, the release date got leaked on Amazon, and then a day after Bioware came and reassured gamers that Mass Effect: Andromeda would be its own thing and not a trilogy.
Now to get fans even more excited about the upcoming game Bioware has opened up for application for the multiplayer beta and it's quite the application process. To sign up you need an EA account linked to your Origin, Xbox Live, or PlayStation Network account. After than fans needs to answer some questions about their gaming habits, what languages they speak, and what their favorite games are and why. After doing all that they need to make sure to click the box which says "Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer Tech Test". After checking that box and clicking "Submit" you have to answer a few more question and then your beta application will be sent to Bioware.
Only PlayStation 4 and Xbox One player will be able to participate in the Mass Effect: Andromeda multiplayer beta, PC player will be left out for this one. The date for when the beta begins has not yet been revealed but it is safe to assume that it will be revealed rather soon if the leaked launch dates are anything to go by.
Bioware has managed to keep leakage to a minimum when it comes to Mass Effect: Andromeda so it is anyone's guess what the multiplayer beta will be and what modes it will come with.
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