Mass Effect Andromeda Announced for 2016

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Mass Effect: Andromeda | oprainfall

A new chapter begins in 2016.

RPG fans, take note. Bioware has finally shown a trailer for the next game in the Mass Effect universe. Although it’s still a long way off from release in the holiday season of 2016, there are still a few details we can get from the trailer.

Mass Effect:Andromeda sets you in a new galaxy, so you’re starting over in a whole new setting, which probably means new characters, planets and missions. There’s no gameplay in the trailer, but we can get a glimpse of a new Mako vehicle, as well as the captain of the ship choosing from a variety of locations and selecting one from the options presented. There is no identity of the protagonist and Bioware’s blog says there is a reason for that which they will reveal in the upcoming months.

We can expect to be able to choose a gender as usual and have the option to romance several characters, which is standard for the series.  What’s interesting is that Bioware seems to want to “expand” what a Mass Effect game means. Cryptic as the comment is, we can all speculate in the comments section after you check out the trailer below.


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