This is the ideal time to join the fight for humanity's new home.
When the game first debuted, there was a ten-hour trial available only for members of Origin Access subscribers, but now it's been opened up to everyone.
The trial will be available until the 1st November, so you've got a good few months to think about it.
Fire up your PC, PS4 or Xbox One and you can play ten hours of Mass Effect Andromeda for free, whether that's tackling the single-player campaign or jumping into multiplayer. According to the details, you'll be able to play "unlimited multiplayer" and up to "the first planet" in singleplayer, with all progress carrying over should you decide to purchase the game afterwards. The trailer showcases what Andromeda is about when it comes to the characters that players are able to interact with, including the planets to explore.More news: Russian meeting was so botched many smell a setup
Are you yet to play Andromeda?
In other "Mass Effect" news, Kotaku's sources pointed that the "Mass Effect" franchise has been put on hold, as its main developers, BioWare Montreal, have been reassigned to other EA projects. It really sets the stage pretty well for what the game has to offer, in case you didn't catch it already.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" went live last March but didn't initially resonate well with game critics. Even if you don't have a membership to Origin Access, you can dig in whether you're playing on PC, PlayStation 4, or Xbox One.