Andromeda gets one last trailer before launch

Posted March 11, 2017

If you're looking for Mass Effect Andromeda reviews, insider shinobi602 says the embargo lifts on Monday, March 20 at 6am PT/9am ET.

We still have to wait a week and a half or so until we finally get our hands on the next game in the Mass Effect franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda. Despite the game being a few weeks away from launch, the developers have gone ahead and released the trailer anyways. The song Human by Rag'n'Bone Man plays throughout.

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We're closer than ever to taking you to Andromeda. The journey begins now.

The trailer is just one of the handful of content that Bioware and the Mass Effect: Andromeda team have been rolling out of the past couple of week, including multiplayer updates, gameplay and exploration and discovery trailers. If you're eager to start planet hopping for yourself, you can now stoke that hype even further by checking out the game's newly released launch trailer.

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Whereas Mass Effect 3 had "something like 670 unique characters who would speak to you", according to Walters, Mass Effect: Andromeda contains "over 1,200" speaking characters.

It looks like a belter and with the game due for release in North America on March 21 and in Europe on March 23, we'll find out soon enough if it can live up to the hype.

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