Andromeda is the fourth game in the Mass Effect franchise, though its events take place several hundreds of years after the original trilogy, and in a new galaxy.
Just 11 days before it's release date, Bioware unveiled the official launch trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda. Despite the game being a few weeks away from launch, the developers have gone ahead and released the trailer anyways. Set to "Human" from Rag'n'Bone Man, the trailer makes it clear that our protagonist Ryder and their friends are in for some insane adventures by the time the credits roll.
You can find anything you might have missed, including previous trailers, gameplay, and more, right here. Explore risky worlds, keep your crew alive, and unravel the mysteries of Andromeda.
As you can see in the launch trailer above, there's going to be no shortage of action, exploration, and romance in Mass Effect: Andromeda.
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Another note on planets: The planet visited in the livestream, Eos, is plagued by radiation, so Ryder and crew can only go so far from the settlement before they have to return to a safe zone to recharge their life support systems.
Are you ready to fight for a new home for humanity in Mass Effect: Andromeda as a Pathfinder starting on March 21st?
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