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Mass Effect Andromeda shown off in gorgeous new 4K trailer

Electronic Arts premiered some all new gameplay for Mass Effect Andromeda during this evening’s PlayStation Meeting, all in glorious 4K running on the PS4 Pro.

The new footage was shown as part of Sony’s unveiling of the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim, showing what the system will be capable of on a 4K TV.

It’s a very brief bit of gameplay, showing the protagonist and his squad navigating through a neon-green cave filled with strange foliage.

Our lovable space chums soon stumble upon a strange relic, which you can interact with using the triangle button. After this a cutscene ensues, with drones and explosions chasing our heroes out of the cave.

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One thing is for certain, Mass Effect: Andromeda looks absolutely gorgeous on the PS4 Pro, and will also support HDR on the standard PS4 thanks to a future firmware update.

Bioware is yet to confirm a release date for Andromeda, which is still scheduled to launch in March 2017.

During the meeting, Sony announced that the PS4 Pro will launch on November 10 for £349/$399, which is far lower than we were expecting.

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