New Mass Effect: Andromeda footage revealed at PlayStation Meeting

Brodie Fogg 8 September 2016

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Bioware's Aaron Flynn demonstrates the power of Frostbite on PS4 Pro with Mass Effect Andromeda.

During the PlayStation Meeting where the PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 4 Slim were announced, Bioware took a moment to show off its upcoming space opera with PlayStation's fancy new hardware.

We get to the new protagonist exploring a seemingly abandoned space station, solving puzzles to craft bridges and open gateways. While we see glimpses of the player utilising the jetpack, there's not a lot of action to found in the gameplay.

Things ramp up when the demo shows off a stunning cutscene powered by the new console's beefed up hardware.

Check out the video below for some hot Andromeda action.

 
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