Mass Effect: Andromeda multiplayer microtransaction prices revealed, go as high as $100/£80

By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 14 March 2017 08:52 GMT

The multiplayer mode in Mass Effect: Andromeda offers the ability to unlock in-game items using real-world money.

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Much like in Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s multiplayer mode lets you buy in-game items by spending real money. Today, the real-world value for these have been revealed.

Since the game is now live in the North America, USD prices for Andromeda Points have been revealed alongside the various currency bundles on the PlayStation and Xbox Stores. You can choose from six different bundles, starting from $5£4 all the way up to $100/£80.

Here’s how many points you get in every pack:

  • 500 Points – $5
  • 1,050 Points – $10
  • 2,150 Points – $20
  • 3,250 Points – $30
  • 5,750 Points – $50
  • 12,000 Points – $100

UK prices via ShopTo.

  • 500 points – £3.95
  • 1,020 points – £7.96
  • 2,150 points – £15.95
  • 3,250 points – £24.95
  • 5,750 points – £39.95
  • 12,000 points – £79.96

Andromeda Points are used to buy blind loot boxes which contain an assortment of in-game weapons and boosts. It’s not clear, however, how many boxes we’ll be able to get for say, 500 points.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is out now in North America on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The rest of the world follows on tomorrow.

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