In the frame of PlayStation Meeting, BioWare announced that Mass Effect: Andromeda, the next installment of its RPG series, will harness the power of the PlayStation 4 Pro. Likewise, BioWare announced that other releases of Electronic Arts such as FIFA 17 and Battlefield 1 will do the same.
EA took the stage to confirm that the new title of BioWare, due out in early 2017 will support Sony’s new gaming platform, and they did it in the best way, with a gameplay video of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
In the event, the company released a gameplay of its upcoming game running on a PlayStation 4 Pro. The video shows a shared pre-Alpha version of the game which features HDR advantage of the new console. In fact this is the first public appearance of the game in the semi-final form.
The video that we present below shows the Commander Ryder traveling alone for a special season. Subsequently, Ryder finds some of his companions and then a cutscene starts.
At one point Ryder reaches the center of the chamber (after making a few little jumps with his new jetpack) and his companions appear. There is a asari on the team, although we already knew about it. The demo ends with Ryder activating the map of the galaxy of the local group Helios, the section that Andromeda will take place.
Although not lasting long, it is the longest video we’ve seen any of Mass Effect: Andromeda so far, so we recommend you to get comfortable to make the most out of this 3 minutes videos of the RPG.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will hit PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC early next year.