'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Leaks Reveal New Locomotion System Via Natural Gestures For Turning, Speeding-Up; Unrevealed Plot Fulfills Bioware 'No Man's Sky' Inaccurate Large Galaxy Promise?

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is said to feature a new locomotion system from scratch. Leaked images have surfaced online to confirm this matter. Game developer Bioware also confirmed the character customization options in the new space shooter title. The game will roll out on PS4, Xbox One and PC in March 2017 with the full trailer coming on Nov. 7.

Leaked screenshots via NeoGAF revealed a new animation system in the highly anticipated AAA game in 2017, "Mass Effect: Andromeda". Industry insider Shinobi602 confirmed that the game will be built from the ground up with all new animations. The system is also said to be identical to the system Ubisoft will use for its new IP, "For Honor".

The system is a body locomotion with locked feet and natural gestures that will be seen in Ryder's strides and transitions into different turns and speeds. Shinobi602 also added that Bioware has used motion-capture tech for the game's animation to look more realistic with life-like effects.

Meanwhile, rumor has it that the Andromeda Initiative will be included in the game. During the PlayStation Meeting footage, the logo was spotted on Ryder and his crew's uniforms. Bioware is yet to confirm the plot. "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is said to reset all cosmos, taking only several Alliance races on the journey to a new galaxy.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is expected to feature several new things. However, it is speculated that Bioware is just repeating what it has done before. For instance, the mystical, ancient race called Remnant may be likened to the Protheans or the Reapers. Also, a weapons-ready attacking force called Khet that is said to guard various temples and locations that will be raided is said to be the reincarnation of Geth..

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is also expected to include new planets to go further into the cosmos looking for rare materials and items to feed back into base-building and suit and Mako customization. This is seen to be a similar gameplay to "No Man's Sky".

Bioware previously announced that it has created one of the largest galaxies in gaming just like "No Man's Sky" did but reportedly failed to prove. It is expected that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will go out of its way to deliver on this promise.

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