Upcoming BioWare video game "Mass Effect: Andromeda" might not be a "Mass Effect 4," but it looks to include features that were popular in the franchise. Now, thanks to BioWare developer tweets, we know that the game will have a big enemy and steamy romantic scenes.
The information comes from lead designer Ian Frazier after his meeting with the team. He noted that a new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-controlled enemy passed the review. He revealed this "new foe" is "very, very large" to fight. He also mentioned in his tweet about a "new character progression."
Tal Peleg, senior cinematic animator, confirmed in a tweet that the game will feature romance scenes, similar to its predecessors and used a .gif that showed steam emanating out of Charlie Sheen. Reports said this hinted that the upcoming game would consist of many hot and steam romantic scenes.
BioWare has confirmed that Commander Shepard will not be part of the game. The players will be able to play as either male or female human character. The game will let players navigate the new galaxy using Mako, a six-wheeled buggy.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is expected to release some time in Q1 2017 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
This week was very hard. But it ended well, with sweet new character progression to see and a very, very large new foe to fight. :)— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) April 1, 2016
Highlight of my week was seeing a gameplay designer murdered by his own creation, shortly after he gave me crap for dying to it.— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) April 2, 2016