Even though there is close to two weeks left until the game’s launch, Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s trophy list has been revealed. Players can now feast their eyes upon the many tasks they will be required to complete while adventuring as the Pathfinder, and they can also plan out certain approaches to ensure they don’t miss the Platinum Trophy.

Of course, there are plenty of spoilers in the Mass Effect: Andromeda trophy list, so be warned before looking through the items. As with past games in the series, there are major moments best left for the final playthrough of the game, and some choices that will likely leave players up at night wondering how things could have gone different. There are also some clues about gameplay elements in the Mass Effect: Andromeda missions, but again there will be spoilers so view at your own risk.

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As well, there are some Mass Effect: Andromeda trophies that fit the usual mold of complete X action Y number of times. Some of them require using the new biotic powers available in BioWare’s sequel, while others are focused on interacting with the game’s new companion characters.

There are even a few trophies that require completion of certain actions in Mass Effect: Andromeda’s multiplayer, which is to be expected. Interestingly enough, though, many of the trophies that have a multiplayer component can be completed in single player as well. So those players who choose not to partake of the online in Andromeda won’t miss out.

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That being said, it does sound as though there will be incentives to participate in the multiplayer, as a way of interacting with the single player. Again, not too much information is available, but Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer helped boost the player’s war assets in the single player story, and early on those assets were essential to getting the best ending.

With only a few weeks left until the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, the anticipation is nearing a fever pitch, and BioWare still apparently has a few more teasers left for players. More importantly, all signs are silencing any doubts that a new Mass Effect isn’t right around the corner; in fact, Early Access for Mass Effect: Andromeda begins next week.

Mass Effect: Andromeda releases March 21, 2017 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Source: Exophase

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