Mass Effect: Andromeda: Tempest Spaceship Revealed

Mass Effect: Andromeda Tempest Spaceship was reportedly revealed in an all-new screenshot. It has been revealed that developers would roll out improvements to the  primary vessel. In addition, a newly discovered Easter egg has reportedly been revealed on the Amazon Echo.

New Screenshots of Twin Protagonists' Bunk Revealed

BioWare General Manager Aaron Flynn reportedly revealed the screenshot of Mass Effect: Andromeda Tempest ship that twin protagonists Sara and Scott Ryder will bunk. Flynn reportedly released the image on Twitter to give fans a glimpse of the ship from a ground-level perspective. Flynn noted that it was a way to thank James Gunn for his positive comments about Mass Effect: Andromeda.

It was further believed that BioWare made a few improvements to the primary vessel on Mass Effect: Andromeda. BioWare is slated to reveal more about the ship and the Nomad vehicle in a new Andromeda Initiative brief today. Previously, Mass Effect: Andromeda lead designer Ian Frazier reportedly assured fans that the studio would be sharing news about the multiplayer beta test as well as the release date before the end of the month. It is expected that Mass Effect: Andromeda would make it to the PS4, Xbox One and PC users on Mar. 21, 2017.

Amazon Echo Found Direct Reference To Mass Effect

In other news, a Reddit user reportedly used Alexa, the VA of Amazon Echo to reveal news about Mass Effect: Andromeda. Note that Amazon Echo may answer question, play music, order products and control several smart home devices. The user reportedly asked Alexa the question posed by Geth, a race of networked AI by the Quarians to the creators.

Mass Effect: Andromeda fans reportedly saw a new gameplay trailer with a volcanic planet for players to visit. Note however that fans may not get a Season Pass. The series producer further revealed that the game's multiplayer is also slated to include a single player story campaign.

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