We all grown accustomed to following the adventures of Commander Shepard, the intergalactic Hero. He was there when the Skillian Blitz erupted and he was the one who pulled the plug on the Reapers. According to Bioware, a new game installment will be launched in the first half of 2015. So, let’s take a closer look at the new Mass Effect Andromeda Teaser Trailer.
Where did the game actually start? If we recall correctly, in the first installment of the game, the Specter council discovered that a strange alien artefact was unearthed in a human colony name Eden Prime. And so they plan to send a Specter operative in order to investigate the strange allegation.
Captain Anderson, the representative of humanity in Citadel City, as part of his endeavor to get a human in the Specter council, designates Commander Shepard, battle worn veteran who took part in many armed conflicts to assist the Specter operative.
Eventually, things sort of get out hand, as Shepard discovers that his actions will determine the fate of the galaxy. After two other installments and a lot of DLCs, Shepard got shot at, burned alive in a planet’s atmosphere, died and then brought to life thanks to Cerberus operatives.
Can it get any good than this? Actually it can, and the teaser trailer proves just that. Mass Effect Andromeda Teaser Trailer was released in order to celebrate the N7 day, set of the 7th of November. Each year, Bioware would come out on N7 days with all kind of knick-knacks, like custom armor packs or a couple of DLC’s, but this year, Bioware really rocked the joint!
Although the teaser trailer does not show us anything related to gameplay, quests or NPCs, the whole idea of returning to origins seems enthralling.
The trailer begins with a picture of a somewhat shady character that scrolls around through the galactic map, searching for something or someone. As he impatiently scrolls throughout different landscapes, he eventually finds one depicted something that looks the outskirts of Nevada desert.
Leaping into action, with his pistol in hand, he finds himself on the other side of the galaxy. What is more puzzling is the fact that although the character doesn’t appear to be related to Commander Shepard, he does wear his uniform. He even has the shiny N7 tag on his breastplate.
We hail and welcome Bioware’s initiative of launching a new Mass Effect game and we eagerly wait to see if Shepard still has what it takes to save the galaxy.