Mass Effect: Andromeda trophies

Mass Effect: Andromeda

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= 56 Mass Effect: Andromeda trophies

8,682 tracked gamers have this game, 799 have completed it (9.20%)

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Craftsmanship in Mass Effect: Andromeda
Bronze Trophy

Craftsmanship22 (15)

Craft armor or a gun with 3 augments.

  • Unlocked by 7,742 tracked gamers (47% - TT Ratio = 1.45) 16,429  

Trophy Guide for Craftsmanship

38,380 (24,975)
Trophy won on 27 Mar 17
TT Score for this game: 1,144
Posted on 30 March 17 at 15:32, Edited on 30 March 17 at 15:34
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Once you have access to the Tempest, as well as different settlements, you will have access to Research terminals. Accessing them gives you two options: Research and Development.

First, you have to Research either a weapon, ammo or part for the Nomad, based on the blueprints that you have found or purchased. Blueprints can be found in containers or purchased from merchants.

The blueprints that you can actually research will be based on the amount of Milky Way, Heleus and Remnant Research Data that you currently have. You gain more from scanning things around the Nexus, Tempest and planets. Once you have the necessary Research Data, you can research your blueprint and make it available to develop.

Once you have blueprints available to develop, head to the Develop section of your Research Terminal. This is where you earn this trophy.

Certain weapons and armor, allow for mods or augments to be attached to them when they're developed. For instance, when I did this, I had researched the N7 armor and was developing the chest piece. The chest piece allows for 4 mods/augmentation slots. You first need the necessary materials to create/develop the piece that you want. When you have that and create it, you are given options to add the mods or augments to the piece before you create it. You will be automatically shown which mods are available for the piece that you are creating. If you don't have enough, these can also be found around planets or purchased from merchants.

Once you have created the piece that you want, and added at minimum, 3 mods/augments to it, the trophy will unlock.
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