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New Mass Effect: Andromeda Cinematic Trailer Teased for Tomorrow

by Kyle Hanson

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Mass Effect: Andromeda hits store shelves in just over a month, and yet, despite it being one of the biggest games of the year, we’ve actually gotten very few looks at the game. Sure, it was announced years ago, but until recently we hadn’t even seen any gameplay. Since that big reveal, we’ve had little else new given to us about the game. Apparently that will be changing tomorrow though, with something Mass Effect: Andromeda related coming from Bioware.

According to a tweet put out today, January 25th, Bioware said “A new galaxy awaits, but no one said it would welcome us. Tomorrow, you’ll get your next look at Mass Effect: Andromeda.” Along with a short video which you can see by clicking here. So it seems like we’ll definitely be getting a new cinematic trailer, offering something fresh to pore over as if our very lives depended on it.

The currently available gameplay footage of Mass Effect: Andromeda has been impressive, but some in the Mass Effect community have been skeptical. There are some animation and dialogue issues present throughout key areas of the trailer. These can be easily explained as rushed together parts of the trailer, but without more gameplay footage we can’t say for sure.

With this being a cinematic trailer, the gameplay might be limited or absent altogether. Still, getting any good look at new Mass Effect: Andromeda footage will be great for fans and newcomers alike. With a game as massive as Mass Effect, there’s plenty of material to pull from without spoiling the overall experience. The teaser in the tweet seems to hint that we’ll be seeing the new habitable world of the Andromeda galaxy, though we’ll have to wait and see.

Either way, Mass Effect: Andromeda is still looking like one of the biggest and best games of 2017. It hits PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 21st, 2017.

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