Right after it was confirmed that BioWare's "Mass Effect: Andromeda" wouldn't get released in December, fans have been highly immersed in theories as to when the third-person video game is going to get unveiled. The action-filled, role-playing iteration is not only much-sought-for due to its visual panache, the forthcoming video game is also marked as the first game in the "Mass Effect" series to introduce an open-world environment.
Luckily, this might already be experienced sooner as recent hints have pointed out that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" might be released a few months from now. According to Amazon, the video game's accompanying cover, "The Art of Mass Effect: Andromeda," is slated to be launched on March 23 in the United Kingdom and March 21 in the United States. Furthermore, the video game is tipped to be launched alongside the cover.
In addition, TechAdvisor has shared that the information is not merely a "placeholder," noting the standard two-day difference between the U.S. and the U.K. along with the fact that the launch in the U.S. is set on a Tuesday while the U.K. is on a Thursday. This gap is known to be fairly standard for video games.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be featuring a new hero in human form and will have something to do with N7. Meanwhile, BioWare has also revealed that there will be a new team of adventurers whom players are going to "work with, learn from, fight alongside of, and fall in love with."
In "Andromeda," players will see the return of a speedier Mako, a six-wheeled vehicle that was used during the first "Mass Effect" iteration. Producer Mike Gamble has noted, "It's a really agile Mako, it's much different to the one you've seen before. There's no cannon on it, maybe it can hover, maybe it can jump — I don't know."
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One when it hits the shelves.