New Mass Effect: Andromeda Crewmate Profiles Shed Slightly More Light On Liam And Cora

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Now Playing: Mass Effect: Andromeda's New Squadmates and Trailer Analysis

New crew profiles have appeared on the Mass Effect: Andromeda website, teasing us with a little more insight into two of the human members of the Pathfinder Team aboard Ark Hyperion.

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Along with some physical statistics such as height, weight, species and the like, we learn that Liam Kosta is a crisis response specialist with civilian tactical training. He's apparently an idealist, and willing to take risks for the good of the Pathfinder Initiative, risks that we assume involve his combat skills. According to his briefing, Kosta is a big fan of is "overclocked dual omni-blades," and using his jump jet to leap headlong into the fray.

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Kosta is joined by Cora Harper, a biotic that spent good chunk of time working closely with an Asari commando unit. Second in command to Pathfinder Alec Ryder, Lieutenant Harper tends to bring a shotgun into combat, using her Biotic Charge ability to close the distance with unwitting foes. Her fun little famous quote is "When your biotics are honed into huntress-grade weapons… people can be weird about it."

There's not a huge amount of info-meat on those bones. If you want a little more to sink your teeth into, check out our analysis of the recent cinematic and team briefing trailers. We learned this week that there will be no crossplay for Mass Effect: Andromeda multiplayer, but the PC version will have an uncapped frame rate.

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