With March 21st creeping closer, Bioware has piqued fans interest by revealing new details of their upcoming game. Among them is a tour of Andromeda's answer to the Normandy: the Tempest.
Jaal and the Angarans stand to be one of the more interesting inclusions to Mass Effect: Andromeda simply because we don't know what to expect of them. This specific trailer also features a loyalty mission, like the ones in Mass Effect 2 that would provide more insight into a squadmate's backstory and character while unlocking extra abilities that they can use. With it comes a slew of premium content from Prima Games, as it offers exclusive collectibles when gamers purchase the Collector's Edition or Pathfinder Collection. While fulfilling this mission, the Pathfinder will be facing an opposing force in the Kett, which has been highlighted by BioWare to be a very large threat to the protagonists of the video game. The skill tree was also shown off during the preview, which is much more intensive and even allows you to switch classes easily, though any skill points committed to one class would likely get locked into the class.
It's nice to see loyalty missions back for Mass Effect: Andromeda. Super Deluxe owners also get a Premium Multiplayer Super Deluxe Booster Pack for 20 weeks (one per week).
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.
Are you happy with the decision that Andromeda is being made or would you have liked Mass Effect 4 to continue where the third game left off?