Get Mass Effect: Andromeda For $20 Right Now In The US
This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen.
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Looking for something new to play? BioWare's Mass Effect: Andromeda is currently marked down to just $20 at US retailer GameStop. This price is for physical editions for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and is down from its previous price of $40.
Andromeda launched in March behind tepid review scores. The game was quickly discounted, while publisher Electronic Arts in May responded to the game's mixed reaction. Following that, a report said the Mass Effect series was put on hiatus.
$20 is one of the lowest price we've ever seen for Andromeda, so if you've been curious but didn't want to pay full-price, now looks like a good time to think about jumping in.
Andromeda is discounted in other regions, too. In Australia, you can get the game for around $57 instead of its usual $100 price point, while UK shoppers can get a copy of the game for around £33 right now.
GameSpot's Andromeda review scored the sci-fi shooter a 6/10.
"In many ways, Andromeda feels like a vision half-fulfilled. It contains a dizzying amount of content, but the quality fluctuates wildly. Its worlds and combat shine, but its writing and missions falter--and the relative strength of the former is not enough to compensate for the inescapable weakness of the latter," reviewer Scott Butterworth said.
In other news, a recent report claimed that BioWare, breaking from series tradition, will not release any single-player DLC for Andromeda.
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