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Mass Effect Andromeda PC (Use 5% Discount Code) @ CDKEYS - £30.39

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Mass Effect: Andromeda takes you to the Andromeda galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way. There, you'll lead our fight for a new home in hostile territory - where WE are the aliens. Play as the Pathfinde… Read More
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Mass Effect: Andromeda takes you to the Andromeda galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way. There, you'll lead our fight for a new home in hostile territory - where WE are the aliens.

Play as the Pathfinder - a leader of a squad of military-trained explorers - with deep progression and customisation systems. This is the story of humanity’s next chapter, and your choices throughout the game will ultimately determine our survival in the Andromeda Galaxy.

As you unfold the mysteries of the Andromeda Galaxy and the hope for humanity lies on your shoulders – You must ask yourself… How far will you go?

Key Features:

Be the Pathfinder. Chart your own course in a dangerous new galaxy. Unravel the mysteries of the Andromeda galaxy as you discover rich, alien worlds in the search for humanity’s new home.

Return to the Mass Effect universe you love. Lead the first humans in Andromeda on a desperate search for our new home. In this new chapter of Mass Effect, meet and recruit all-new, interesting characters caught up in an epic space saga filled with mystery and galactic conflict.

Battle like never before. New additions like destructible environments, boosted jumps for added verticality, and all-new weapons and Biotics make combat more thrilling than ever.

Play your way. Build a formidable hero with amazing weapons, powers and tech. With a much more flexible skill and weapon progression tree, you can replicate your play style to make you unstoppable against powerful alien enemies.

Join the APEX Forces. Multiplayer in Mass Effect Andromeda places you into a class-based, 4-player co-op fire-team experience. Team up with three of your friends to take on the enemy threat and protect the interests of the Andromeda Initiative.
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#1
Isn't this getting pushed back another five months, sure they said that on 'the know'.
3 Likes #2
Should probably put pre-order in the title, good price though
1 Like #3
powerbrick
Isn't this getting pushed back another five months, sure they said that on 'the know'.
Being released on the 23rd March in the UK
6 Likes #4
I don't know man, 30,39 is quite pricey for PC game man.
#5
As an avid Mass Effect fan I am not excited in the slightest about this game.
Maybe it's just me but from everything I've seen so far it seems very lackluster.
#6
K1LLER HORNET
As an avid Mass Effect fan I am not excited in the slightest about this game.
Maybe it's just me but from everything I've seen so far it seems very lackluster.


Starting this as they finished ME3!
4 Likes #7
Pre-ordering contributes to the issue of buggy, unfinished games at launch along with greedy DLC practices. Buy it a week after release. Send the right message.

Otherwise, good deal I suppose. :P
#8
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.
1 Like #9
format
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.

Origin has the following editions:

Standard - £44.99
Deluxe - £49.49
Super deluxe - £62.99

Mass Effect Compare Editions

You're looking at outfits, armour, a space monkey pet, soundtrack and multiplayer booster packs for the co-op across the deluxe editions.

Pre-order bonus on Origin are armour, MP booster pack and Nomad skin.


Edited By: lisaruddy1 on Jan 05, 2017 20:07
#10
ah cheers, hadn't realised pricing had finally been set. £32 for standard doesn't look too bad now TBH as the special editions don't seem like much more than mp boosts (and i'm looking forward to the MP - still play ME3's)
1 Like #11
lisaruddy1
format
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.
Origin has the following editions:
Standard - £44.99
Deluxe - £49.49
Super deluxe - £62.99Mass Effect Compare Editions
You're looking at outfits, armour, a space monkey pet, soundtrack and multiplayer booster packs for the co-op across the deluxe editions.
Pre-order bonus on Origin are armour, MP booster pack and Nomad skin.

wow and none of those editions come with a season pass or DLC. Looks like standard edition for me
1 Like #12
format
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.
See game for some "limited" editions - basically comes with a model.
3 Likes #13
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
#14
wonder if its being released on the switch. will wait and see
#15
pr3dicta5le
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
I agree pre-ordering is bad but £30 is pretty cheap for a game which can give you many hours of fun compared to other forms of entertainment which give you lot less.
#16
pcgamer2014
pr3dicta5le
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
I agree pre-ordering is bad but £30 is pretty cheap for a game which can give you many hours of fun compared to other forms of entertainment which give you lot less.

Many hours of fun to some. Others might get bored after a few hours. Some might find the game a buggy mess. No refunds and no way to sell it on. That's why 30£ is not ok
#17
slliw
lisaruddy1
format
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.
Origin has the following editions:
Standard - £44.99
Deluxe - £49.49
Super deluxe - £62.99Mass Effect Compare Editions
You're looking at outfits, armour, a space monkey pet, soundtrack and multiplayer booster packs for the co-op across the deluxe editions.
Pre-order bonus on Origin are armour, MP booster pack and Nomad skin.
wow and none of those editions come with a season pass or DLC. Looks like standard edition for me

It was announced on twitter that there will be NO season pass for this game ever! What that means is that, LOTS of very expensive DLC!
#18
pr3dicta5le
pcgamer2014
pr3dicta5le
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
I agree pre-ordering is bad but £30 is pretty cheap for a game which can give you many hours of fun compared to other forms of entertainment which give you lot less.
Many hours of fun to some. Others might get bored after a few hours. Some might find the game a buggy mess. No refunds and no way to sell it on. That's why 30£ is not ok

Thats why you don't pre-order. Wait till the game is released and see if its something you will like and then pay £30 or what not.

Being "cheap" can leads to not getting getting the games you like in the future.



Edited By: pcgamer2014 on Jan 11, 2017 11:02
4 Likes #19
£30 for a PC game - are you having a laugh.
#20
zoso1313
£30 for a PC game - are you having a laugh.
Are you having a laugh? Is he having a laugh?? I don't get it!
#21
pcgamer2014
slliw
lisaruddy1
format
i'll certainly be buying this, but not without knowing what pre-order benefits and special editions are available so can't see the point in this being a 'deal' yet.
Origin has the following editions:
Standard - £44.99
Deluxe - £49.49
Super deluxe - £62.99Mass Effect Compare Editions
You're looking at outfits, armour, a space monkey pet, soundtrack and multiplayer booster packs for the co-op across the deluxe editions.
Pre-order bonus on Origin are armour, MP booster pack and Nomad skin.
wow and none of those editions come with a season pass or DLC. Looks like standard edition for me
It was announced on twitter that there will be NO season pass for this game ever! What that means is that, LOTS of very expensive DLC!

EA missing out on a chance to do DLCs or a season pass? looooooooooooooool
#22
buy on day of release bug fest and over priced i will wait until it is patched
#23
krysh
zoso1313
£30 for a PC game - are you having a laugh.
Are you having a laugh? Is he having a laugh?? I don't get it!


dont give up the day job, you don't have a future in stand up comedy
#24
RedRain
buy on day of release bug fest and over priced i will wait until it is patched
What makes you think it'll have bugs? Did ME3 have bugs on release?

Edited By: Moka-Bear on Jan 11, 2017 14:20
1 Like #25
When did >£30 for a PC game with no resale value become a HotUKdeal?

Sub £20 would constiture hot foir me, but not this ...
#26
Moka-Bear
RedRain
buy on day of release bug fest and over priced i will wait until it is patched
What makes you think it'll have bugs? Did ME3 have bugs on release?
Nearly ever game released these days has bugs and or preformace issue might as well wait until they are addressed
#27
Macdory
When did >£30 for a PC game with no resale value become a HotUKdeal?

Sub £20 would constiture hot foir me, but not this ...


It becomes a deal when it's heavily discounted. In this instance it is.
#28
I don't know why this is getting hot. I wouldn't expect to pay over 25 for pc game. Can't resell once your finished with it so I see them as worth less than PS4 games I buy.

Also I've no idea why people pre order but it everyone just stopping doing that, the gaming world would be a better place.
It's digital, they aren't going to run out of stock
and the vast majority or pre order bonuses are pointless throw aways that add nothing to the game.
#29
pr3dicta5le
pcgamer2014
pr3dicta5le
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
I agree pre-ordering is bad but £30 is pretty cheap for a game which can give you many hours of fun compared to other forms of entertainment which give you lot less.
Many hours of fun to some. Others might get bored after a few hours. Some might find the game a buggy mess. No refunds and no way to sell it on. That's why 30£ is not ok

Learn how to use the Sale Of Goods Act (there is also the Provision Of Goods and Services Act and the updates to this legislation in recent years don't change your basic right to a well-working product from 00m01s after purchase, i.e. IMMEDIATELY. Any perceivable bugs at all and you're well within your rights to refund, since it is well known that games are rushed-out and bugs are avoidable, thus when they appear it is basically a reflection of abuse of the consumer for the convenience of publisher cash-flow. The law is designed to protect against such abuse. Use it. Just because many geeks & gamers are pathetic and don't bother, doesn't stop anyone. Ah, but you gave your REAL identity and REAL card number / other payment method when signing-up to the purchasing service, didn't you?! See why such setups are a SCAM, now? No freedom to buy and get a refund as one pleases. Whoring away rights for convenience (and more someone else's convenience at times, isn't it just?) You can get blacklisted by such companies, just for exercising your MINIMUM rights - further adding to the weight of evidence that technology makes us act like fascists in multiple pernicious and subtle ways... More idiots sleepwalked into this. Sorry to say. But yeah, the poster above saying "send the right message" and don't pre-order. BANG ON POINT.
#30
FarkenTorySleaze33
pr3dicta5le
pcgamer2014
pr3dicta5le
30£ for a PC game is not what we should be paying. . Preordering . a PC game for 30£ is even worse.
I agree pre-ordering is bad but £30 is pretty cheap for a game which can give you many hours of fun compared to other forms of entertainment which give you lot less.
Many hours of fun to some. Others might get bored after a few hours. Some might find the game a buggy mess. No refunds and no way to sell it on. That's why 30£ is not ok
Learn how to use the Sale Of Goods Act (there is also the Provision Of Goods and Services Act and the updates to this legislation in recent years don't change your basic right to a well-working product from 00m01s after purchase, i.e. IMMEDIATELY. Any perceivable bugs at all and you're well within your rights to refund, since it is well known that games are rushed-out and bugs are avoidable, thus when they appear it is basically a reflection of abuse of the consumer for the convenience of publisher cash-flow. The law is designed to protect against such abuse. Use it. Just because many geeks & gamers are pathetic and don't bother, doesn't stop anyone. Ah, but you gave your REAL identity and REAL card number / other payment method when signing-up to the purchasing service, didn't you?! See why such setups are a SCAM, now? No freedom to buy and get a refund as one pleases. Whoring away rights for convenience (and more someone else's convenience at times, isn't it just?) You can get blacklisted by such companies, just for exercising your MINIMUM rights - further adding to the weight of evidence that technology makes us act like fascists in multiple pernicious and subtle ways... More idiots sleepwalked into this. Sorry to say. But yeah, the poster above saying "send the right message" and don't pre-order. BANG ON POINT.
Yes!
#31
mikem1989
I don't know why this is getting hot. I wouldn't expect to pay over 25 for pc game. Can't resell once your finished with it so I see them as worth less than PS4 games I buy.

Also I've no idea why people pre order but it everyone just stopping doing that, the gaming world would be a better place.
It's digital, they aren't going to run out of stock
and the vast majority or pre order bonuses are pointless throw aways that add nothing to the game.


it is less than the ps4 version. its about 9 or 10 quid less and youre getting what'll innevitably be the best version of the game for a list of reasons.

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