‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Screenshots Focuses On Volcanic Planet; CES 2017 Trailer Reveals Combat, Skills

By Ben Lindon , Updated Jan 10, 2017 08:54 AM EST

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" screenshots has been released by BioWare ahead of the CES trailer. The screens reportedly focus on one of the new planets that will be featured, which can be visited by the players as a Ryder twin.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Screenshots May Likely Show the Featured Planets

Although no further detail was provided by BioWare, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" screenshots are said to reveal some clues on what the players should expect in the game. Among these is one of the planets that the players can visit in "Mass Effect: Andromeda" as a side activity or as part of the main story mission.

The "Mass Effect: Andromeda" planet seems to be volcanic in nature in terms of game environment, while the enemy types, Nullifiers, appear to be organic robots. Fortunately, Ryder has some new biotic powers that could make fast work of the baddies, Game Rant reported.

However, it remains unclear how these screenshots may connect to the upcoming "Mass Effect: Andromeda" footage, given that the players have not seen yet the trailer. Nevertheless, volcanic planet is expected to be the main focus of the trailer, based on the images. As previously reported, the screenshots highlight the environment more than anything, focusing on the color palette that is suited in the style of the "Mass Effect" game, yet does not feel like a new tread.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" New Trailer Reveals Skills and Combat Among Others

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" received a new trailer from CES 2017. According to reports, the new video reveals the combat systems of the game as well as the skill upgrades. Also, some of the exotic new worlds have been provided for a quick look, including some space flight video, Game Spot reported.

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