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Watch: 15 things you didn't know about Mass Effect Andromeda

So, what's up with the quarians?

After so long under wraps, finally getting to play Mass Effect Andromeda gave us a whole heap of information to sift through - not least how it plays, looks and feels.

If you haven't read it already, I've just posted detailed impressions after more than four hours of Mass Effect Andromeda - and yet there was still more to say.

There's nothing particularly spoilery below, but if you don't want to hear about a certain EA franchise Easter egg I found on your ship, or whether you can still dance awkwardly like Commander Shepard, or various other similar tidbits, then don't click below.

Here's Aoife with more than a dozen new factoids for you absorb:

Cover image for YouTube video15 Things You Didn't Know About Mass Effect Andromeda - new gameplay

Oh, and if you hadn't seen, BioWare just confirmed Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer is part of the game's voice cast.

Finally, what's going on with the quarians in Mass Effect Andromeda? BioWare is still refusing to confirm whether we'll see the suited race in the new game or definitely rule them out - but it sounds like they will at least play a minor part:

"You should look for them..." Mass Effect Andromeda producer Fabrice Condominas told me, "but I can't answer. If you're really interested to know what happened to the quarians - where they are - be careful of the choices you make and pay attention..."

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