Mass Effect: Andromeda New Cinematic Trailer

Mass Effect: Andromeda is on the way, and fans can rejoice. As of today, another cinematic released, showcasing some of the plot, as well as the stunning next gen visuals....

Mass Effect: Andromeda is on the way, and fans can rejoice. As of today, another cinematic released, showcasing some of the plot, as well as the stunning next gen visuals. Bioware’s Space Opera trilogy is often the subject of quite a bit of positive reception. This is with the exception of a poorly received ending to the third installment.

This time however, Andromeda aims to rectify that, bringing players into an all new world, likely carrying the same level of precise world-building. View the trailer below.

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All of this new content comes as part of the N7 Day, celebrating the series. Along with this trailer, in fact,  fans are able to download 4k screens directly from the official Mass Effect website.

Unlike earlier games, players will get to take the role of a Pathfinder, dedicated to finding a new home for humanity. Throughout the game, they will explore the cold vast realm of outer space.

Players are offered a more extensive level of customization and content. Unlike the original trilogy, this game will take place in its own story-line, focusing on a brand new cast of characters and environments.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to launch in early 2017 on numerous platforms, including the new PlayStation 4 Pro, set to release on November 10th. In the meantime, enjoy the new trailer, and check out the official website for more details.

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