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Mass Effect: Andromeda Combat Profiles and Squads highlighted in new gameplay video

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Friday, February 24, 2017 - 15:40 GMT
Mass Effect: Andromeda Combat Profiles and Squads highlighted in new gameplay video
Friday, February 24, 2017 - 15:40 GMT

EA Games has released a new gameplay video of Mass Effect: Andromeda. The new video highlights the game's Combat Profiles and Squads.


The new gameplay video is the second part of the gameplay video series in which the game's developers discuss the features included in the game. The first gameplay video in the series focused on combat weapons and skills and abilities.

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As players level up in the game they will gain access to dozens of skills and over 300 skill updates. All skills are unlockable by any class as there are no class restrictions.

To specialize in a certain area the game includes Combat Profiles that make it easier to manage skills and abilities. The Combat Profiles included in the game are Soldier, Engineer, Adept, Sentinel, Vanguard, Infiltrator and Explorer.

With Combat Profiles players will be able to finetune their character's skills and abilities as it may give additional statistic bonuses.

The video also shows the game's Squad system that allows players to build a squad consisting of up to 6 squad mates. All squad mates will be able to use 3 active and 2 passive skills.

With the squad system players will also be able to order squad mates to defend locations or move to a certain area. Squad mates will also feature a leveling system that allows for further tweaking.

Mass Effect: Andromeda launches on March 21st 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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