Today we have the leaked gameplay video of the next iteration of the Mass Effect series, we are talking about Andromeda: Mass Effect in action, although quickly the video was volatilized by Electronics Arts due to copyright infringement. Luckily, some users of neogaf were managed to make a GIF. That allows us to see the level of development.

Mass Effect: Andromeda: First Leaked Gameplay Video


It is indicated that these clips belong to a very early stage of development, which we can see in the Gif. The character is running in an open world with the help of JetPack on his back (anyone could say that it is from the Star Wars), while the gameplay video shows the collision of water when it rains and the quality of the textures at the same time a sequence of a krogan, trying to be caught holding the jug in hand shows a kind of toxic fumes that knocked out a human who points his gun on him. Mass Effect: Andromeda visually looks more like the Dragon Age: Inquisition, as expected. Previously, Aaryn Flynn, head of BioWare strongly denies this and calms that Mass Effect 4 will not be the copy solutions from Dragon Age: Inquisition. The manufacturer has its own vision of this title, and they want to make it fully original.

“The new Mass Effect will be (because should) derive primarily from their own, rich and successful experience of the past, and not with what it offers Dragon Age: Inquisition. […] We are very proud of what it has achieved Dragon Age: Inquisition, but it can be a template for all of our games. Every brand must innovate and be based on what is best for her, and not just on the other games that have achieved success. “

It is being developed on Frostbite 3. The game will be accessible from the Holiday 2016 to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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