Mass Effect: Andromeda Gameplay Revealed

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Mass Effect: Andromeda, the third-person action RPG from developer Bioware has had it’s gameplay reveal at EA’s E3 press conference.

This newest entry in the Mass Effect franchise will take place in the same universe as the original trilogy but in a different galaxy. The game will tell its own unique story and feature a new protagonist, and like previous games you will be able to choose their gender. This time, you will play the role of a new crew who set out on an expedition to the Andromeda galaxy. Players will also get to pilot the all-new customizable ‘Mako’ six-wheeled buggy that gamers may remember from the original game. You can also look forward to new planets, new species, new enemies and more freedom than ever before.

For the first time in the series, Andromeda is using EA’s Frostbite game engine.

We got a brief look behind the scenes of this ambitious follow-up to Mass Effect 3 in the newly released trailer which you can find below.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is yet to announce an official release date but will no doubt be coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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