Publisher Electric Arts has brought back the 10-hour free trial that was available exclusively to EA Access and Origin Access subscribers just before the game's launch, only now it's available for all players.
The timed demo lets players muck about on the planet of Eos in single-player, as well as try out the multiplayer, too. This basically means that players won't be able to progress further in the game's single-player mode, even if there are more free hours left to the trial. So stay tuned for more details in the coming months. It's the same trial that was originally available to EA Access members but you won't need a membership to download it this time.
It's nearly certainly a last ditch effort to build interest in the Mass Effect series' weakest installment, which was panned for weak side quests and glitches. Alongside this, it's also a chance for those put off by those oh-so-obvious problems with Mass Effect: Andromeda to see if BioWare's numerous fixes have managed to improve the overall experience enough to take the plunge. This is the same trial that is now available to all players to give them a glimpse of what the latest installment in the Mass Effect franchise offers.
FULL GAME - Play Up To 10 Hours: This is the flawless time to join the fight for humanity's new home.