Mass Effect

We're talking Mass Effect Andromeda: It's been a while since our last adventure as Commander Shepard, and the nostalgia of going to the galaxy is now too much, so the hype for the new title of Bioware is the stars, especially for fans of the old trilogy. Pending the release date, we are looking forward to these few but interesting information released by the manufacturer until now.

First of all, in Mass Effect Andromeda, according to what was said by Aaryn Flynn, general manager of Bioware, we will always take the place of the human race, with all the pros and cons annexed; also, apparently, Chris Schlerf, lead writer of Bioware and Mass Effect Andromeda himself, left Bioware Montreal to join Bungie to work on a further project on another "space" title, Destiny, announcing that this "move" "It would not have had any impact on the development of the complete game (and we really hope so).

mass_effect_andromeda_e3 swordRecall that Mass Effect Andromenda will be presented in June in this year's E3; beyond that, we have also been made known through a tweet of the lead producer Cameron Lee, that in the early hours of play we will already have a lot to do between fights, making us immerse immediately in the action. What can we say, we are awaiting further news; in the meantime, let us know yours and if you have particular expectations!

If any of you have not seen it yet, here is the announce trailer presented at E3 2015 where you can see so many small details (unfortunately) and draw your equally small conclusions or ideas on what this title will be; we only know that our fantasy is immediately "starred" when we see the overwrite "Discover a new galaxy" writing, not fussing our hype.

I leave here a link with other insights left in the Bioware Official Blog:

Mass Effect ™ Presentation: Andromeda

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