Good news for people who prefer to play third-person games with a pad: Mass Effect: Andromeda will feature native controller support. While that might not seem like big news, neither Mass Effect 2 or Mass Effect 3 had controller support on PC, despite them being released for consoles.
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The best thing about this controller news is that you can freely switch between controller and mouse and keyboard seamlessly. Tuck yourself behind cover or casually explore a hub with the controller, pop alien heads with your mouse.
Mass Effect: Andromeda's lead designer, Ian S. Frazier, revealed the news in a tweet:
In case it wasn't clear: yes, we now support controllers on PC. :) But personally? I'm looking forward to showing off m&kb controls! #space— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) January 5, 2017
As the tweet suggests, BioWare won't be forgetting mouse and keyboard users, so hopefully there's a good option for everyone. If it's anything like the original trilogy, the UI will suit the input method, too.