‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Bioware Starts Ramping The Excitement and Fun

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Aug 09, 2016 10:01 AM EDT
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“Mass Effect Andromeda” is not expected to come out until the Fall but Bioware has wasted no time setting the stage for the highly anticipated third-person shooting game. Originally announced at E3 2015, new details on what to expect for the said game have been spreading, highlighting plenty of changes and set in a new galaxy called “Andromeda”.

“Mass Effect Andromeda” carries on from the events that took place even before the coming of the first three game versions. While that alone should be interesting, worth noting is what missions players will be enduring for the game.

Wide open space of unknowns

“Mass Effect Andromeda” promises an extensive world that gamers can look forward to exploring. But like fantasy game worlds, that includes running into aliens and creatures where judgment calls will need to be made.

With the Bioware forums shut down, company game designer Ian Frazier has resorted to Twitter to stir up some hype. That included revealing the impressive gameplay for “Mass Effect Andromeda”, touching on better graphics, logistics and a dash of humor.

Prepped and ready for Q1 2017 release

Bioware has gotten a lot of gamers excited and hopefully “Mass Effect Andromeda” will be as good as advertised. Glitches could still be up though a patch could come out right on the very first day if needed.

With a lot of time to go before its official release, “Mass Effect Andromeda” fans will be hoping for additional information and game feature revelations in the coming months. A demo could be scheduled prior to its date of reckoning, a practice that Bioware has done in the past.

The word out is that the game will be debuting on Mar. 31, 2017 with game versions for the PS4, PC and Xbox One.

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