Even though “Mass Effect: Andromeda” had a bit of a rocky and slow start, EA and BioWare put all available hands on deck to improve the game. And now, a 10-hour Free trial is available on all platforms so that those who are apprehensive about buying the game can get a taste of the action.

In a recent Twitter post, Mass Effect (@masseffect) posted a 59-second action montage of the game’s free trial. For promotional purposes, the tweet’s caption reads: “Fight for a new home in a dangerous galaxy. The Mass Effect: Andromeda Trial is now available on all platforms!”

Available on all platforms

Hoping to convince a great majority of players that the spacefaring RPG is better than ever, EA and BioWare decided to release a free demo on all three platforms: Xbox One, PC, and PS4.

The free demo gives players access not only to the single player but also to the multiplayer mode that lasts for 10 hours.

On a positive note, whatever progress players have made in the trial demo, they can save and carry it over should they decide to purchase the full game. Thus, there would be no need for players to start over from scratch.

EA/Origin access

This currently available “Mass Effect: Andromeda” free trial is similar to the one released for Origin Access on PC and EA Access on Xbox One. In fact, EA/Origin access members have had access to the demo for months now. The demo gave access to explore Eos, the first planet, and a few multiplayer rounds.

New trailer

Alongside the free trial demo is the “Battle for Humanity” trailer, which you can watch below.

The trailer showcases what Andromeda is about when it comes to the characters that players are able to interact with, including the planets to explore. Basically, the trailer sets the stage for what’s to come in “Mass Effect: Andromeda.

In other “Mass Effect” news, Kotaku’s sources pointed that the “Mass Effect” franchise has been put on hold, as its main developers, BioWare Montreal, have been reassigned to other EA projects.

Whether a DLC will be available is still yet to be answered.

Meanwhile, the newly released patch for “Andromeda” provides a new difficulty mode for players and improvements in facial animations and cinematics.

Mass Effect: Andromeda” went live last March but didn’t initially resonate well with game critics. But this 10-hour free trial could give players a new impression on the spacefaring RPG. The game is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Origin PC.