BioWare’s Mass Effect: Andromeda, successor to Mass Effect 3, has been hitting the peak of gamers interest ever since it was revealed to be in development back at E3 2014 as the up and coming action role-playing third-person shooter video game and, with the 2017 release window now here it seems that the developers are finally ready to reveal some new details of their highly-anticipated new title:
The gameplay footage also revealed a sleek new character system, a whole new planet and also gave us a sneak peek into the actual in-game graphics (all running on a GTX 1080).
While we are still awaiting an official replay of the event we can only watch fan-captured content like the video above. While the game itself is set for release in the early spring season (21 March in North America and 23 March in Europe) and will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
As expected, since the game was revealed at the Nvidia Keynote 2017, all the gameplay footage was captured on an Nvidia GTX 1080 and, as always, looks breathtakingly stunning.
Fans are extremely happy and hyped up for the game’s release but, as usual, we can only hold our thumbs in hopes for a game to live up to another giant hype.
This could be the fresh start and boost forward for the series and fans, are you hyped?