Mass Effect Andromeda Release: Familiar Gameplay, Excellent Lighting, Sound Hinted; Not For Nintendo Switch?

Mass Effect: Andromeda is still in progress even as the rumored N7 Day launch comes nearer. Given that, BioWare designers have hinted via Twitter the upcoming game's impressive sound and lighting.

Lead designer Ian Frazier for Mass Effect: Andromeda tweeted on Monday some details in the development land. Frazier hinted that the lighting style would make a huge difference, and that the improvement was apparent that even the creators were amazed of the game progress.

As for the sound, the designer teased that some bullet points include pew pew audio cue that is noticeably a feature of the classic sound of sci-fi lasers. Apparently, the fans would be hearing more of this type of sound in the fourth installment, however, some critics believe that this is not so important for a futuristic franchise game like this.

Mass Effect: Andromeda was initially revealed during the E3 2014 and is reported to officially release sometime in 2017, with rumors claiming a likely release date of March 21. Moreover, the next huge event for the game is the N7 Day that will be held on Nov. 7.

The producers over the BioWare have reportedly hinted the spacecraft and character details for the said special event. In addition, the gameplay video was also presented during the PlayStation Meeting in September.

Meanwhile, Mass Effect: Andromeda is not coming to Nintendo Switch in spite of the fact that third parties have been requesting support to the gaming platform. According to reports, BioWare has no intention to bring the game to the new console at the moment. In fact, series producer Michael Gamble has already revealed via Twitter that the game is currently in development for consoles like PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One and the PC.  However, it is not clear if BioWare will not support the Switch as a company or just with the game. Watch video about MASS EFFECTTM: ANDROMEDA Official 4K Tech Video

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