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Mass Effect: Andromeda Arrives March 21, 2017; NVIDIA Shows Off Gameplay During CES

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BioWare's next entry in its epic Mass Effect series has been teased for a while, but lately we've been getting more and more news on Mass Effect: Andromeda. We got a story reveal during N7 Day, some gameplay during the Video Game Awards on December 1, and now today we got a release date. Mass Effect: Andromeda arrives on March 21 in North America and March 23 in Europe. You might want to schedule some time off now as you look forward to a solid date. Our journey to Andromeda kicks off at the end of March, but that's not the only bit of news we have today. During NVIDIA's CES Keynote, among all the news NVIDIA had, was another gameplay reveal for ME:A. We get a nice glimpse of one of the environments on the planet, along with just some stunning visuals in general. Oh, and combat, because we need some action, too.

We get a glimpse at the different profiles we can select while playing, which we can swap dynamically to better suit the mission at hand. We see a large amount of skills in the tech tree, along with the upgrade path for flamethrower. There's also something in there called Remnant VI, which is intriguing in just how mysterious it is. The Remnant are what left the vaults we can uncover, so somewhere along the way we must get access to a VI program to better interface with it or some other aspect. The only bad thing about the gameplay footage is just how short it all was during the Keynote. It's not the longest video in the world, but it'll definitely leave you wanting more. Hopefully we get that soon, but at any rate, we don't have too much longer to go before we can all explore the Andromeda Galaxy.

Mass Effect: Andromeda arrives on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 21.

Sources: Twitch Livestream and ME:A Website



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Guest_Guest_* on January 05, 2017 10:05
Why do these trailers are made on consoles and don't represent the actual game, who the hell has so many free points to master the whole branch? Seriously, how hard is it to make a proper trailer to attract people instead of seeing it's flaws and poor advertisement?

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