By Viet Do . March 20, 2017 . 6:30pm
Say goodbye to the Milky Way and hello Andromeda. In a few hours Mass Effect: Andromeda will go live on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One at the usual Triple-A list price of $59.99. Those looking to pre-order before the official launch tomorrow can catch discounts up to 20%, or bonuses up to 42% (if you act quick).
The discounts cover all platforms, but if you are on PC you can consider this 20% off offer at GMG for the Origin key of the game. Note that because how GMG is sourcing this release, you won’t be able to get the game until its release on March 23 (the European release time). Some more details on this can be found here at their support page.
Conversely, if you want to opt for alternative deals, you can head over Dell where they are running their typical pre-order $25 eGift Card bonus (on top of expedited shipping). Given the game hasn’t exactly won rave reviews, for Mass Effect fans that still wants to pick up the game but certainly don’t need to play it Day 1 – these options aren’t a bad idea in exchange for a lower price point.
|Game Title||List||% Off||Sale Price|
|Green Man Gaming (Origin)||$59.99||20%||$47.99|
|Dell + $25 eGift Card (Xbox One, PS4, Origin)||$59.99|
|Best Buy (Xbox One, PS4 – GCU required)||$59.99||20%||$47.99|
|Amazon (Xbox One, PS4 – Prime required)||$59.99||20%||$47.99|
For those looking for 20% off discounts on the PS4 and Xbox One copies of Mass Effect: Andromeda – you’ll need a paid membership from either Amazon or Best Buy. Amazon’s deal comes to you via Amazon Prime, which is a pricey $100 a year membership that gets you free 2-day shipping an 20% off pre-order and games 2-weeks old. Best Buy’s GamersClub Unlocked is cheaper at $30 for 2 years, and gets you 20% off pre-order/new releases like Andromeda. Both memberships are only worth it if you are planning to buy a certain number of newly released titles during their membership duration.
Mass Effect: Andromeda officially releases on March 21 in North America or March 23 in Europe. It’s an action RPG much like previous BioWare installments within the Mass Effect series. For fans not in a hurry, we honestly think you’ll see the title with a big discount in the near future (think 2-3 months). If not, certainly during the holiday seasons later this year.
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