‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Release Date, News & Update: BioWare Revealed Full Backstory, Role Of New Alien Race Kett? Game Art Director Speaks!

By AASalvador , Updated Nov 16, 2016 04:50 AM EST
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"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will have a new alien race according to BioWare's game art director. Fans are excited to know more about this new character, the Kett but the team seems to be tightlipped about the details.

Joel MacMillan is the art director of the "Mass Effect: Andromeda," and he revealed in an interview with Game Informer the importance of taking a different approach in the franchise's alien race. Players could face conflict with the Kett but MacMillan made sure that players can still associate with the alien race.

Aliens on online games look strange, of course, but "Mass Effect: Andromeda" art director has a different idea. He said that he wants them to look foreboding but he does not want the extra-terrestrial characters to look ugly. Well, that's something players want to look forward to!

BioWare has suggested that not all encounter of the new alien race Kett with the player will be antagonistic in any way. So far, that is all the game developer has spilled about the new alien race in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." Fans would have wanted to know more about the backstory and role of Kett.

One thing "Mass Effect: Andromeda" art director assures the fans is that this new alien race Kett will not be naked. They will be dressed in a way that people would like to associate with them.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda," a successor of "Mass Effect 3," is the first game in the series of BioWare that features an open world environment. It is an exciting role-playing game from a third-person perspective, and players can choose to be a male or female.

On spring next year, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be released and is playable on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Are you excited how the new alien race Kett will look like? Tell us what you think and do not forget to subscribe to GamenGuide.

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