EA Teams With ESA for Mass Effect: Andromeda Initiative

Mass Effect: Andromeda

Developer and Publisher Electronic Arts will be teaming up with the European Space Agency, as they plan to take six content creators to experience authentic astronaut training, in preparation for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda.

As part of the Andromeda Initiative, the six recruits will board the Ark Hyperion, which will be preceded by a series of training sessions that will take place in the European Astronaut Center. Only the strongest will make it through, as each participant will find out what it takes to be an astronaut, not to mention completely weightless.

The six chosen participants are Squeezie from France, TheGrefG from Spain, Pietsmiet from Germany, SciFun from Poland, and two from the UK, with Steffan and Outside Xbox’s Jane. Do they have what it takes? Be sure to follow the group in their quest in preparation for humanity’s journey.

Meanwhile, Mass Effect: Andromeda’s release date draws ever closer. The game will release next month on March 21st, 2017, releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. BioWare did sadly confirm that there are no plans to bring the next entry in the Mass Effect franchise to the Nintendo Switch, which will be the next home console from the company.



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