The impending release of Mass Effect Andromeda is not stopping developers at N7 and BioWare to tease players. More information is revealed about the game. It appears the devs are hinting towards more post-launch content.
This marks a very interesting and exciting release window for Mass Effect Andromeda. BioWare is pulling all stops to make the game different and more immersive than the original Mass Effect trilogy. For some fans, it definitely is working.
The hype for Mass Effect Andromeda is hard to match given the ratings of the previous games. This led BioWare to introduce a ton of new features in the game. However, are these enough to meet the standards of the previous trilogy?
Mass Effect Andromeda: Content, News
The exciting news is courtesy of Tweets from Michael Gamble and Ian Frazier, who have been key figures in the production of the previous trilogy. Frazier serves as the lead designer for Andromeda. Both of them posted images for the game on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, akin a tease for fans.
— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) January 21, 2017
I’m sorry @GambleMike is such a tease to you xbox gamers. At least we don’t taunt the PS folks like that.
Shit, gotta go, game time. pic.twitter.com/eZJO5kJOUv
— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) January 21, 2017
Given that the game’s launch is getting closer and closer, BioWare is not without information to share. According to Gaming Bolt, the game will be ditching the Paragon/Renegade system for interactions. They will instead introduce a new dialogue system, much to the curiosity of fans. Sadly, not much is teased for PC players.
Andromeda has been a very secretive title lately, with very little information about its real story. Fans know that the game is set in the distant Andromeda galaxy. The game also stars new characters for fans to love and hate.
This is interesting as the game aims to be a separate title from the previous trilogy. Although BioWare did clarify that the game will set the stage for a new line of Mass Effect stories. As to how this will change the future of the franchise can only be revealed with its release. The game is slated for a March 21 release on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.