Graphics upgrades are always good news.
Ever since Mass Effect: Andromeda was announced at this year’s E3 there has been quite a bit of excitement over the look of the game. Those who have gotten plenty excited can apparently even get more excited considering that the development team has been talking about how hard they’ve been working to make the game look even better. Chris Wynn has often taken to Twitter to share pretty vague little factoids. It’s pretty clear the entire development team has to keep things under wraps until an appointed time.
Yanick Roy even took to his own Twitter account in order to give a bit of a hint as to when they might let a bit of info out of the bag. Roy and Mike Gamble were asked on Twitter a question “in honor of “Ask a stupid question day” Any chance of some Mass Effect Andromeda news?” Gamble responded he needed to wait until “stupid answer day.” Roy answered that tweet by saying that they were saving up information “for winter.”
Meanwhile, Chris Wynn is talking about the fact that the graphics have been souped up, to the point where they’re quite a bit better than what Bioware showed in the E3 trailer. He added that what the trailer showed was in-engine but it was just a teaser as far as what the game has planned. It’s going to be a bit of a wait before we get a ton of concrete information about the game. While there isn’t a set in stone release date, it is expected to be released during the Holiday season of 2016.
Spending a lot of time in the latest Mass Effect Andromeda build. Looking better than what we showed in the E3 teaser.— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) September 30, 2015
@somerandomLuke it was in engine, just teaser in terms of what was shown.— Chris Wynn (@The1Wynn) October 1, 2015