EA reveals Mass Effect: Andromeda details and behind the scene images in new video

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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EA has so far proven to be very generous in details about its upcoming games, revealing the first ever Battlefield 1 gameplay trailer at E3. The company further raised the stakes and revealed some game details and behind the scene images for the long-awaited Mass Effect: Andromeda.

The company’s move is a clever one and comes at the right moment, restoring fans faith in the developer team after EA announced that the game wouldn’t be released on its expected date, rather delayed for early 2017.

The video begins with the image of a space shuttle preparing to start its journey into space. Behind the scene images follow, showing EA’s developer team working on the game and going further than ever before. The game’s space-faring, exploratory metaphor holds true for EA as well, as it’s exploring how far they can take this beloved franchise.

In the game, players will go to Andromeda to build a new home for humanity. Along the way, they will find hostile planets and various alien species. Despite the inhospitable environments, you’ll have to continue to explore as the future of mankind depends on you.

The presentation video beautifully transitions between in-game images and behind the scene images, showing how developers actually build the game and what the end result is.

Here are the features you will find in this game:

  • More freedom: EA’s one of the biggest ambitions is to give players an unprecedented level of freedom for a Mass Effect experience – you can choose where to go, how you’ll get there, and how you’ll play.
  • New uncharted worlds: As you leave the Milky Way behind and head to Andromeda, you’ll find new allies, confront new enemies, and explore fascinating new worlds.
  • The next Mass Effect experience: Andromeda is the first Mass Effect game for today’s consoles and the first built on the Frostbite engine, a technology capable of delivering state-of-the-art visuals for a game experience that seems almost real.

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