Previews, new screenshots, trailers, and voice actor interviews: it’s been a busy day for Mass Effect: Andromeda. However, buried in all the new media is also some new interesting tidbits about the game, including what lead designer of the game Ian Frazier told PC Gamer.
What the lead designer revealed is that completing the main story doesn’t mean it’s all over this time around, in fact, almost the entire game will remain open and playable.
Fraizer also provided the following when asked about time-sensitive quests:
“There’s nothing that’s explicitly time-sensitive, but there are two things that are kind of in that vein. One is, there’s a handful of quests that if you finish the main story, are no longer accessible. But it’s a pretty small percentage. But the vast majority of the game, including the loyalty missions, Mass Effect-2 style, you can do even after you finish the main story. Most parts are still open.”
Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to launch on March 21, 2017 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.