Ian S. Frazier also confirmed that the game's HUD can be customized to some extent, with some elements that can be toggled off or set to hide after a delay.
Frazier has recently confirmed that in "Mass Effect: Andromeda", gamers can choose their preferred armor color and same is true for characters' regular costumes.
He teased a bit more in his response and mentioned the casual clothing for Ryder will get similar level of color customization options, too. The game will feature several companions from familiar species like the Turians (and yes, a lot of them are capable of romance), though the Pathfinder's quest to stake a new home for the trilogy's species will lead Ryder to encounter new - and risky - species as well.
The game looks absolutely delicious, with it being a attractive sci-fi game that continues in the Mass Effect universe.
The BioWare team have also confirmed that body customisation will not be on the cards for Single-player mode and likely extends to multiplayer mode. These include Narrative, Casual, Normal, Hardcore, Insanity, Battletoads but added that one of those is not true.
Mass Effect: Andromeda launches on March 21st 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.