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The New MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA Cinematic Trailer Promises a Beautiful Game

Mass Effect fans are well aware today is N7 Day, celebrating the anniversary of the science fiction game series. The first three games came out in 2007, 2010, and 2012 respectively, and the fourth title, Mass Effect: Andromeda, is slated for spring 2017. EA and Bioware decided to commemorate the occasion with a new N7 Day cinematic reveal trailer, and like the previews we’ve seen already, it’s gorgeous.

Like any good trailer of this nature sets out to do, it doesn’t give too much away but still generates hype with its stunning visuals, and boy does this game look amazing. Yes, it’s a trailer, so it’s supposed to present a best-case scenario of how the game will be, but what’s important to note is the fine print at the end: “Captured in engine. Representative of game experience,” meaning that this is actually what the game will look like when it releases on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC next year.

In addition to officially-sourced info, N7 Day is also a day of leaks, as images of the game’s box art has begun to float around as well. Take a look at the covers of the standard and deluxe editions:

Digital downloads of the game are also now available for preorder on Amazon, and while preorders for physical editions were briefly listed on Best Buy’s website, they are now shown as “no longer available.” Details about the deluxe edition have also been revealed, and it will supposedly include things like exclusive armor and outfits, and the game’s digital soundtrack:

That’s a lot to digest, so take a minute, watch the trailer above, and let us know just how hard you’re going to mash the pre-order button once this thing is officially up for sale.

Featured image: EA


And here’s the science behind Mass Effect‘s awesome weaponry:

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