For promotional purposes, the tweet's caption reads: "Fight for a new home in a unsafe galaxy".
Though Mass Effect: Andromeda won't be seeing a sequel in the foreseeable future, Bioware Edmonton is working on Anthem, a shared world third person shooter releasing in Fall 2018 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. For starters, it allows players to get a first-hand look at a game that has heavily divided opinion, and the first 10 hours of the game will paint a solid reflection on whether a user would then enjoy the rest of the title. All progress made during the demo will be carried forwards to the full game if you chose to purchase the game. Thus, there would be no need for players to start over from scratch. The trial version lets you play ten hours of Mass Effect: Andromeda, and you're free to choose to spend them on the campaign or the multiplayer. In fact, EA/Origin access members have had access to the demo for months now.
In order to celebrate this announcement, EA released a new trailer dedicated to this free trial that can be viewed below.More news: Brendan Rodgers Bemoans Absence Of Celtic Faithful Ahead Of Linfield Tie
It's nearly certainly a last ditch effort to build interest in the Mass Effect series' weakest installment, which was panned for weak side quests and glitches. The Mass Effect: Andromeda Trial is now available on all platforms! The game is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Origin PC.
Though Mass Effect: Andromeda certainly has a ton of content (I put over 70 hours into it) and the first 10 don't even scratch the surface, some will be disappointed in a report that effectively said it will not receive any single-player DLC in the future, barring any changes that BioWare makes in its plans.