Mass Effect: Andromeda Launch Trailer Released, Watch It Here

"Fight for a new home."


After being teased yesterday, Mass Effect: Andromeda's launch trailer has now been released.

The video, which you can watch below, sets up the game's plot of humanity desperately searching for new homes. We also get a glimpse of some of Andromeda's worlds, as well as the game's new ship, the Tempest.

The video highlights how humanity and Andromeda's other species are capable of working together and fighting each other. It also heavily features the song "Human" by British singer Rag'n'Bone Man. Take a look at the trailer for yourself below.

The details keep coming for the sci-fi title, which is now less than two weeks away from being released. It was recently revealed that you can skip the game's multiplayer missions and still gain some of their rewards--find out how here. The game's multiplayer tech test has been canceled, however; developer BioWare said the cancellation was a "long story but right decision for how close we are to [going] live."

Although Andromeda won't have a multiplayer beta, a portion of the game will be available for a limited time early via EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access for PC starting on March 16. BioWare has confirmed that the Access version of the game will let you play multiplayer as much as you want, though single-player will be limited.

The full game launches on March 21 (March 23 in Europe) for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. For more on the sci-fi RPG, read our preview on how Mass Effect: Andromeda's characters deal with science and God, and why that's so exciting.

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