With great RPG games around such as Witcher 3 The Wild Hunt, Final Fantasy XV, Fallout 4, and Dishonored 2, who can ask for more? There’s no need because Bioware is one step ahead of us.
The much-anticipated sequel to Mass Effect, dubbed Andromeda, is finally arrived on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Wait! We already knew that, because everybody’s been talking about Mass Effect Andromeda and that it will be pretty awesome.
Your lonely vigil is now over because Bioware has just announced an official launch date for Mass Effect Andromeda. The game will hit the shelves on 21st of March in North America and on the 23rd of Marth in Europe and the rest of the globe.
But there’s even more great news. With the launch interval set for the end of March, Bioware has decided to give us a little taste of what it will be like to play the new Mass Effect. And so, the company posted a 2-minute-long gameplay clip on its YouTube account.
First impression: it looks awesome. As for the second impression – remember when you promised yourself to spend more time with your friends/SO/family and less time playing on the computer or console? We got some bad news for your: you will not be able to keep your promise.
The gameplay trailer posted by Bioware is promising, to say the least. Although some details regarding Mass Effect’s Andromeda are still sketchy, we have been able to figure out a couple of things. First of all, you won’t be flying around the galaxy in Normandy, but a similar ship called Tempest. The second thing we found out, story-wise, is that you’ll have two squad members with colorful names such as Peebee and Cora.
As for gameplay, combat mechanics seems to have improved since the last installment, being easier to swap and fire weapons. The clip also shows us a pretty nifty skill tree, with various powers and upgrades. All in all, we have to say that we are impressed by what we see in the clip.
We should also mention the fact that this is that kind of a game worthy enough to replace your old computer screen with a flat, 29-inch LCD – believe us; it will be worth it. With these in mind, have a pleasant wait, and we’ll pop up again should Bioware release new in-game footage.
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