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‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ News & Update: Title’s Environments, Gameplay Said To Be Revealed At CES 2017; Reportedly Launching In March

Update Date: Jan 02, 2017 07:10 AM EST

The game enthusiasts have been long waiting for the coming of "Mass Effect: Andromeda." Now, fans are will be in for a treat as the game's environments and gameplay might be revealed at the upcoming CES 2017.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" is deemed to be as BioWare's biggest game so far. It already revealed its cinematic trailer that is starting to be analyzed by some critics and teased new alien races. Hence, fans of the "Mass Effect" games are all waiting for its release.

Now, on the official Twitter page of "Mass Effect" it teased that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is coming at the CES 2017 during Nvidia's keynote on Jan. 4. "Ready to see more Mass Effect: Andromeda environments and gameplay? Tune in to @nvidia's CES keynote next Wednesday," it tweeted. The hardware enthusiast Matt Porter revealed that Nvidia's GTX 1080 Ti GPU is going to be announced at the said event, thus some assume that the upcoming title will be powered by the GPU in 4K, PC Gamer noted.

Meanwhile, Daily Express reported that there are surfacing reports that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is set to be released in March. So, fans are expecting to receive a confirmation of this at the said event. It has been said that the much-awaited title will be launched in early 2017 and now that the New Year has come, the game enthusiasts are all waiting for Electronic Arts and BioWare's official announcement.

To support the claim, Amazon added fuel to the fire by releasing a digital picture code suggesting that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is set to be unveiled on March 21. Since the said date will fall on Tuesday, some deem that this is the exact day the game enthusiasts are waiting for. In fact, it is also the same release date of "Dark Horse" companion art book. CES 2017, on the other hand, will run from Jan. 5 to 8.

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