Yesterday was November 7th or N7 day, a day of news for Mass Effect. We have got a ton of information about the forthcoming Mass Effect Andromeda along with a new Cinematic trailer, focused on space exploration.

The trailer also showcases a closer look at the main character, Ryder. According to the company, a gameplay trailer of the Mass Effect Andromeda will be revealed at The Game Awards on December 1st. Have a look into the trailer below;

The trailer description adds;

The journey to Andromeda begins now. Navigate the uncharted reaches of the Andromeda Galaxy to unravel its mysteries, discover vivid alien worlds, and lead the charge to find a new home among the stars. How far will you go to become humanity’s hero?

Sadly, the game’s release has been shifted from early 2017 to Spring 2017. A couple of days ago, the publisher EA announced that the release of Mass Effect Andromeda could be delayed for a few months if they feel so.

Thanks to Game Informer’s latest magazine covering up the Mass Effect updates, it has been confirmed by the creative director that the loyalty missions for the companions form Mass Effect 2 are coming back. Creative director Mac Walters said;

“The big difference between this and ME2, where you did a loyalty mission and that all impacted the ending, is that they’re much more optional in this case. If you don’t want to engage with them, you don’t have to. If you want engage with them after the critical path is done, you can do that.”

Mass Effect Andromeda is up for pre-order on Amazon, costing $47.99 on Prime (standard edition) where as the Deluxe Edition of the game costing $69.99 is also available for pre-order with some new features such as 1 or 4 players in multiplayer mode, building a Formidable Hero With Amazing Weapons, Powers and Tech, New additions like destructible environments, boosted jumps, new weapons and much more.

Furthermore, it was also confirmed that the Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 will be made backwards compatible on the Xbox One.

The game is scheduled for release during Spring 2017 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

See also: Mass Effect: Andromeda will use the Frostbite Graphics Engine – Trailer