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Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda's planets bigger than Dragon Age

Not all of them, but some worlds have a bigger footprint than the fantasy RPG.

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We recently got our hands on the upcoming sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda, and while we were doing so we also had the chance to speak with Bioware's Fabrice Condominas.

The game's producer had plenty to tell us about the new setting, multiplayer, characters and more, but one of the more interesting things he told us came in relation to the game's size:

"Oh, it's bigger than any of the three [games in the original trilogy]. In terms of the footprint, for example, it's gigantic," he told us. "One planet can be the size of Dragon Age: Inquisition as a whole. Not all of them, but some of them. But it gives you an idea of scale.

"But also in terms of, for example, the progression system, it's probably the deepest we ever made. So even in terms of mechanically, the crafting system is probably the one we pushed further than any in the three. So it's definitely bigger."

You can read the full interview here, and our extensive hands-on preview can be found here.

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