‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ Gameplay Will Be Revealed on CES 2017

2 January 2017, 5:27 am EST By Cris Xander Juliano Mobile & Apps

BioWare announced that the game developer will reveal the gameplay of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" during NVIDIA's keynote in the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on Jan. 4, 2017 in Las Vegas Nevada as reported by express.co.

An official Mass Effect Twitter account posted, "Ready to see more Mass Effect: Andromeda environments and gameplay? Tune in to NVIDIA's CES keynote next Wednesday."

With fans highly anticipating its release, BioWare stated that the release date of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be officially announced on CES 2017. Although a March 2017 was heavily rumored and speculated, no official statement by neither BioWare nor Electronic Arts were released to confirm this date.

It was also reported that new environments will be on display during the said event. Additionally, other news billed this game as "the biggest game yet" as a trailer for the game was shown during The Game Awards earlier this month. The game will also feature a new female protagonist, a new Krogan squad member, a new Asari member, among other things.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is a third-person shooter game published by Electronic Arts and developed by BioWare for Windows, Xbox One ad PlayStation 4. It will be the latest installment of the "Mass Effect" franchise and the first game of the series to use an open world environment. The story starts off at the events after the end of "Mass Effect 3."

The CES 2017 is only a few days away. Fans of the game series will just have to wait for the official statements from BioWare and Electron Arts.

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