A pair of Game of Thrones stars are voicing characters in the highly anticipated upcoming video game Mass Effect: Andromeda.
A new video has been released introducing Natalie Dormer, best known for playing Margaery Tyrell on Thrones, Anne Boleyn on The Tudors, and Cressida in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, as part of the game’s voice cast. Dormer voices an Asari doctor named Lexi T’Perro (seen above). In the video, in which Dormer talks briefly about her character and the game, she mentions that Gethin Anthony is also voicing a character named Gil. Anthony is known for playing Renly Baratheon on Game of Thrones, who was married to Dormer’s character.
You can read more about the game and give the video a watch below.
In case you missed it, a new gameplay demo was recently released for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
The demo is the first in a series of gameplay videos focused on combat that will be released ahead of the game’s launch a month from now. The first installment focuses on the game’s various weapons and skills, and can be seen below.
A brand new cinematic trailer has been released for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Unlike the cinematic reveal trailer released for N7 Day 2016, which only teased the new game’s villain, this new trailer actually introduces us to who we’ll be dealing with, a delightful being known as Archon.
You can read much more about Mass Effect: Andromeda and watch the new cinematic trailer below.
The only significant Mass Effect: Andromeda gameplay we’ve seen was that 4K tech video shared during Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro unveiling event. So of course, the promise of new gameplay at The Game Awards 2016 was exciting enough to make watching the whole show worth it for fans.
BioWare has released a lengthy gameplay trailer, which runs almost five minutes long and can be seen below. It sets up the story briefly, and covers various things like vehicles, exploration, dialogue, resources, and of course, combat. Oh, and big scary creatures you’re probably going to want to travel around when exploring. Far, far around. You know what, maybe it’s better to go in an entirely different direction. That tree over there looks pretty!
Last week a new video was released asking fans to join the Andromeda Initiative for the next game in the Mass Effect series, titled Mass Effect: Andromeda. Orientation for this new initiative began yesterday, November 7th, and as expected, N7 Day came with a lovely treat.
For anyone who wasn’t online yesterday or hasn’t seen it yet, a new cinematic reveal trailer for the game was released by BioWare. Though it is a cinematic trailer, some peeks at gameplay are also present. You can check the new trailer out below, and previous trailers and gameplay previews right here if you missed them.