Electronic Arts released a new Mass Effect Andromeda trailer. It features some of the newest vehicles that will roam around the vast galaxy.
Mass Effect Andromeda Trailer Introduces The Tempest
The new teaser features the Tempest, a new spaceship that replaces Normandy from the original Mass Effect. Narrated by the Tempest’s pilot, he introduces the different areas of the ship to the audience. Furthermore, the pilot brags that the ship is light, stealthy and is easily the fastest ship in its class. In addition, the narrator mentioned the armories inside the vessel.
The weapons are too heavy that it affects the lightness of the ship. The space explorer is complete with state-of-the art equipment to give humans a safe haven to come home to. Meanwhile, the Tempest is accessorized with machines that can evolve weapons, armory and their Scout Rover. He also took the viewers to areas in the ship where they relax, hold meetings, and receive needed medical attention.
A Look At The Nomad: An All-Terrain Space Vehicle
Next, the pilot introduces the Nomad, an all terrain vehicle used to explore various areas in space. Players can customize the monster space vehicle with different paint swatches, depending on what they want. It is packed with twin hydrogen oxygen fuel cells powering its element zero core. Even more, the wheels are interchangeable to four or six wheels equipped with a fuel injection booster. The Nomad can blend to any harsh environmental conditions. Aside from the paint job, its thrusters, shields, shield blasts, radar, and life support can be customizable.
BioWare’s Mass Effect Andromeda is a role-playing (RPG) third-person shooter title that succeeds Mass Effect 3. It takes places 600 years taking the gamer in an intergalactic journey. They can choose to play either Sara or Scott Ryder, children of the original protagonist named Alec Ryder who works as an N7 special forces soldier. Moreover, players will embark on a voyage in an open world a galaxy aboard the Tempest.
Mass Effect Andromeda will be available on March 21 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to know more about Andromeda’s multiplayer beta soon.