We’ll get to see how “fun” it is later this year.
Mass Effect: Andromeda remains largely a mystery, despite the fact that the game is supposed to be hitting store shelves later this year. Some people have been a bit concerned that changes at Bioware have actually set back the development progress, however the company insists that they are on the right track. As an apparent sign that the game is indeed moving forward quite nicely, a Bioware developer recently took to Twitter in order to say he’s played through the game’s first hour.
Cameron Lee took to his personal Twitter account to talk just a little bit about the game. Although he wasn’t spilling the beans about the actual content, he did provide more information than what we’ve seen so far. When asked whether or not he enjoyed playing this first hour, he said it was quite fun mainly because he got to “shoot things in the face.”
While talking about the fun he had with this game, he also managed to tease everyone about the new IP Bioware is working on. This particular game is one that Bioware is very much keeping under wraps. While they are willing to tease that work is continuing on the game, it’s apparently not a game that is far enough along to divulge what the game might even be or what the plot might feature. We’ll just have to see how good the first hour of Mass Effect: Andromeda is when it launches later this year.