‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’: Three More Trailer To Complete The Training, Unlocks Pathfinder-Grade Helmet

By Lilibeth C , Updated Jan 18, 2017 11:53 PM EST
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Three more trailer videos out of six are still on the wait to drop and finally complete the training. The sixth video unlocks a surprising exclusive gift, according to their tracking system on the website.

Just a couple of days ago "Mass Effect: Andromeda's" third trailer was just dropped and it talks about the newest vehicle. The sixth trailer needs viewers to watch in order to complete the training, but right after viewing unlocks an exclusive Pathfinder-Grade Helmet before its launch date.

Gamerant reported that the newest vehicle is named Tempest which serves as the gamer's home base together with the crews. The second vehicle is the Terrestrial vehicle called the Nomad Briefing that gamers could spend for a ride in exploring the planets.

Though Bioware has shared "Mass Effect: Andromeda's" third trailer, the gameplay content was still kept secret as one of their marketing strategies. The first trailer was entitled "Welcome Orientation," next is the "Arks and Nexus" and lately "Tempest and Nomad."

The newest screenshot released by Bioware is their way of thanking Director James Gunn after executing a positive comment with the franchise, as per Gamespot. Bioware General Manager Aaryn Flynn tweeted that the screenshot is a reply of thankfulness to the director of the "Guardians of the Galaxy," who promised to play EA right after clearing out his job.

Gunn also confirmed that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is also one of his inspiration now, which includes "Flash Gordon," "Star Wars" and "Farscape." The making of EA movie is also confirmed to be ongoing which could also be possibly helmed by Gunn.


Ian Frazer, EA's lead designer also confirmed to share fans good news about the game's multiplayer-beta before this month ends. The game is set to release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 21, 2017.

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