With only seventeen days to go until Mass Effect Andromeda goes live, BioWare has decided to reward our patience with a new gameplay trailer. The new movie shows some of the stuff you can do in Mass Effect Andromeda like exploring, completing puzzles, and building a thriving society by discovering and activating cryogenic pods. Judging by the five-minute-long trailer, we are inclined to say that Mass Effect Andromeda has just earned its first open-world badge.
As you would expect, BioWare has released a new Mass Effect Andromeda trailer in anticipation of the title which is slated for launch at the end of this month. So, what’s this about then? New species, new characters, or maybe the real reason why BioWare decided to postpone the game’s multiplayer beta? Nothing of the sort, BioWare declared.
The new trailer tells us a few things about how to explore the different worlds in Andromeda Galaxy and familiarizes us with finer points of planetary economy. BioWare’s latest gameplay trailer is focused on the exploration of a new planet called Elaaden, a world torn by conflict between krogan factions.
Elaaden might appear like a barren world, but don’t be deceived. It actually houses many artifacts and powerful weapons. However, in order to claim them, you must complete all the challenges and interact with many characters.
As the video’s commenter pointed out, each planet in the Mass Effect Andromeda universe has its unique story and characters, and it’s up to you to decide how you’re going to settle on it.
BioWare’s latest trailer shows how to use fast-travel points to your advantage, how to place forward stations, how to activate cryogenic pods, how to navigate hostile environments, and, of course, the importance of keeping a close eye on your life support gauge.
What we like the most about the latest Mass Effect game is that everything from ammo to oxygen is in limited supply and that you will find places to restock. If you are an avid fan of the series, you’ll most certainly recall that the Mass Effect games gambled with a lot of concepts when it came to weapon mechanics – overheating issues and special clips that prevented the weapon from exploding in your face.
However, we believe that this is the first time the game actually forces you to keep an eye out on your ammo and to restock as frequently as possible.
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