‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ Release Date News: Game Arrives Next Year, Gameplay Runs In 4K Resolution [TRAILER]

Jon MendozaOct 16, 2016 10:56 AM EDT
Electronic Arts/Mass Effect Andromeda

Electronic Arts' "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is one of the anticipated games and in this regard, new details on its release and features have surfaced. As per reports, the game is set to hit the shelves next year.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is set arrive on Mar. 21, 2017, as per an Amazon listing. As per the website, a book entitled "Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda" is set to come on the said date and it notes that it is set to be released with the game.

"Dark Horse will release "The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda" simultaneously with the game," as per the website. The book also contains never-before-seen art of the game characters, locations, arsenal, and more. It is also hardbound, making it a desirable inclusion to players' collection.

Electronic Arts has also released a new gameplay trailer for the game, which nuns in 4K resolution.
It opens with the player's character in a cave-like location, which is given life by green and red lights. Then, the character starts to move, run, and jump, with his modernized suit allowing him to scan various objects along the way.

As per Trusted Reviews, the game running in "glorious" 4K resolution aims to provide players a look at enhanced visual quality in Sony's new gaming console. With the said trailer, It is assumed that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" players are set to have a more engaging and enjoyable gaming experience.

Overall, "Mass Effect: Andromeda"is set to launch on Mar. 21, 2017. Players can pre-order the game's PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions for 48 GBP. The PC version can be pre-ordered at 39.99 GBP.

Watch the gameplay trailer here.

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