New additions like destructible environments, boosted jumps for added verticality, and all-new weapons and Biotics make combat more thrilling than ever and with a much more flexible skill and weapon progression tree, you can replicate your play style to make you unstoppable against new, powerful alien enemies.
EA and Bioware celebrated "N7" day today, offering Mass Effect fans a great look at the upcoming new installment called "Mass Effect Andromeda". We also have pretty sparse details about who's in the game or even the back story to the protagonist.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to launch in Spring of 2017. Their father Alec, voiced by none other than Mr. Krabs himself, is the "Pathfinder" responsible for moving humankind to a new habitable and Reaper-free planet.
Conveniently, the characters left the Milky Way just after Mass Effect 2's conclusion, meaning they're completely unaware of how the player dealt with the Reaper invasion during their centuries-long hypersleep. There is usually a sale at the Mass Effect online retail site, and Bioware usually shows off whatever current game/DLC it is working on. We knew we wanted to start with a foundation composed of the best parts of any Mass Effect game: exciting new worlds to discover, great characters, and intense action. The Bioware team asks the question, "How far will you go to become humanity's hero?" The Andromeda Initiative begins around the same as the first three Mass Effect games, but thanks to the cryo-sleep, the new game takes place hundreds of years in the future.
You can watch the official trailer for Mass Effect Andromeda at the top of the page which has been created using the Frostbite engine - it "represents our visual target for the final game". It was also revealed in September that the game would also run 4K on Sony's new PlayStation 4 Pro system.
At the forefront of the N7 Day gifts comes this new cinematic trailer.
Peter Moore officially stated that EA is focused on the future of this franchise as they want to make new games and wonderful experience for the players.
Game Informer noted that Bioware had once begun the preliminary work on a Jade Empire sequel but the studio ultimately chose to focus on the Mass Effect and Dragon Age franchises instead.