Mass Effect Andromeda’s Alien Species Will Have Both Genders; Theme To Debut on December 9th

on November 17, 2016 1:41 PM

After the reveal of Mass Effect: Andromeda, more and more information are being gradually shared by BioWare, and today we get a few more details.

First of all, Cereative Director Mac Walters explains that every Alien species in Andromeda will have both genders, and all will be represented in game.

We also learn that changes and improvements have been made to the dialogue system.

The game will include cultural hubs similar to Omega, Ilium, Tuchanka and the Citadel.

Last, but not least, the musical theme of Mass Effect Andromeda will debut on December 9th, at the 2016: A Video Game Musical Odyssey in Montreal, with a repeat on December 11th in Quebec City.

In case you missed it, You can check out the latest cinematic trailer hereMass Effect Andromeda will release for PS4, Xbox One and PC in spring 2017, while EA still isn’t completely sure if the game will be on the shelves by March.

 /  Executive News Editor
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