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Mass Effect: Andromeda Game Guide

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Acquiring and developing blueprints | Equipment Mass Effect: Andromeda Guide

N7 armor, something that many Mass Effect fans look at with nostalgia. - Acquiring and developing blueprints | Equipment - Equipment - Mass Effect: Andromeda Game Guide
N7 armor, something that many Mass Effect fans look at with nostalgia.

Mass Effect Andromeda offers players a simple system that, despite its simplicity, gives a lot of options in creating equipment. The process starts with acquiring blueprints that can be used to create an item that a player wants.

There are 4 tiers for equipment. From the worst to the best you have Common, Uncommon, Rare and Ultrarare. As you can easily guess, the higher the tier, the better the item - weapons can have better offensive parameters such as damage and armors can have greater stats (e.g. better shields or health regeneration). Also, the higher the tier, the more Augments you can install in them - more information in following chapters.

Equipment's tier is one thing, but where do you find blueprints? There are three main sources:

  • Developing new equipment in Research Center. They give you the access to three technology groups - Milky Way, Heleus and Remnant - there you can find many different weapons, armors and augments blueprints.
  • Buying blueprints from merchants. Here, you can only get augments, you can't buy any other blueprints.
  • By doing missions. For completing some missions, as your reward, you receive a weapon or an armor blueprint. Even though this is a rare thing to happen, it should be mentioned.

The process of getting new blueprints for weapons and armors is different from the way you get augments. When you acquire a new weapon or armor blueprint you only unlock the access to it - after that you must enter the screen for creating equipment and make the item that you want. This is different for augments because you can't create them - when you unlock it, whether by buying a blueprint from a merchant or by unlocking it through a Research Center you receive one piece of a given augment which can be later installed in a weapon. Additionally, when you unlock it there is a chance that you can find this augment during your exploration - this can't be done before unlocking them.

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