We’ve all been there. Those skills you spent points on early in a game turn out to be useless, and you’re at such a high level that new skill points are few and far between. The good news is you’re not locked into those ill-advised early choices. Mass Effect: Andromeda doesn’t ever come right out and tell you about this , but there’s a readily-accessible mechanic to wipe clean your skill trees and start over.
The Tempest’s med bay is on the bottom deck of the ship. (It’s near the galley and Pathfinder’s quarters, directly across from the crew quarters. Use your map — there’s something about the ship’s design that feels oddly labyrinthine at times.)
Head into the med bay and either talk to Lexi about whatever she needs from you or ignore her. Turn to your left and head for the wall. There’s a display there that you can interact with, conveniently named re-spec station.
Your first re-spec will cost you 20 credits, and the cost of subsequent do-overs will keep increasing (the second time costs 500 credits). When you interact with the station, you choose which character to re-spec. There’s no subtlety here — paying that cash completely resets the character’s skill tree and gives you back all of the points.
Mass Effect: Andromeda guide and walkthrough – Polygon
Zelda, Mass Effect and Horizon all struggle with introducing their trans characters
by Laura Dale
Overwatch Orisa guide
by Ryan Gilliam
Iron Fist’s questionable fight scenes have fans asking how it got so bad
by Julia Alexander 19 comments / new
Xbox server issues affecting sign-in, digital purchases and more (update)
by Samit Sarkar 10 comments / new
PlayStation Store sale drops prices on Sony exclusives
by Samit Sarkar 1 comment / new
Mass Effect: Andromeda multiplayer guide
by Chris CarterOriginal Article