The actual footage, however, gives us a glimpse at what to expect from the game's visuals. Andromeda is bringing back Loyalty Missions, which have been absent since Mass Effect 2.
The launch trailer for Mass Effect Andromeda dropped out of the sky a little earlier than expected, giving one final push for the long-awaited follow up to the Mass Effect trilogy. The demo showcases oodles of never-before-seen gameplay with the focus being the Loyalty Mission for Liam Kosta. As players explore various planets, they use futuristic weapons (e.g., laser rifles, Cryo-beams, shotguns) and special abilities (e.g., concussive blasts, telekinetic pushes) to combat hostile alien races.
This trailer shows off well-known aspects of previous games, like the dialogue wheel, squad commands, tech/bionic powers, and the cover system.
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In other Andromeda-related news, Prima Games is offering Mass Effect fans a sneak peek into their official "Mass Effect Andromeda" strategy guides, which said to come in three versions. For those who are interested in the Collector's Edition, it will include a premium hard cover and multiplayer booster pack DLC.
Mass Effect Andromeda launches on March 21 in North America and March 23 in Europe for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Those familiar with the Mass Effect series will know that their character, one of the Ryder twins this time around, gets support from a number of allies.