All Games Delta has shared a full footage leaked from BioWare in which was spotted a jetpack feature which might be part of the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda. The person who discovered the 3-second video said that he found it on the personal website of the developer who is currently working on this game and that the footage was published in 2014.
If the footage is real, then the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda will bring some important changes and a new feature. In the short footage it appears Commander “Not Shepard” who is confronting with a crew of Krogans and when he pulls out a deadly pollen, he is sent to the floor and starts coughing. Then, we can see the new jetpack feature, which was firstly revealed in EA’s presentation at E3 2015, and lastly, the video ends with a sample of a meteorite explosion.
Even if the video is 2 years old, it contains some great visual effects, but many features may suffer many changes until they will get into final form. The video was uploaded on YouTube but it was taken down on demand from EA.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will be a sequel to Mass Effect 3 and will be an action role-playing third-person shooter game that will be released in Q1 2017. It will be developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts, who officially announced it on June 15, 2015 during the Electronic Arts press conference at E3. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One and the action will take place long after the events in the first three Mass Effect games. Players will have the option to play as a male or female and they will pilot the new Mako, a vehicle with six wheels that appeared in the first Mass Effect game.
We’ll keep an eye on what leaks will surface on the internet, in order to keep you updated.