The Worst Thing About Mass Effect Andromeda


Much like in Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s multiplayer mode will let you buy in-game items by spending real money. Today, the real-world value for these have been revealed.

UK retailer ShopTo (via GamesRadar+) is now taking pre-orders on Andromeda Points, the in-game currency you can buy with real money.

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There are multiple options available, starting from £4 all the way up to £80. We only have UK prices at the moment, since ShopTo is the only place selling them for now. That said, it’s not hard to speculate how the US and Euro prices are going to be.

Here’s how many points you get in every pack:

  • 500 points – £3.95
  • 1020 points – £7.96
  • 2150 points – £15.95
  • 3250 points – £24.95
  • 5750 points – £39.95
  • 12,000 points – £79.96

Andromeda Points are used to buy blind loot boxes which contain an assortment of in-game weapons and boosts. It’s not clear, however, how many boxes we’ll be able to get for say, 500 points.

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This absolutely a thing players hate these days is microtransanction because a gamer plays game to unlock things and achievement and buying new things with In-game money not giving the publishers real money to unlock stuff.

Source – Vg247

#The Worst Thing About Mass Effect Andromeda 

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