Connect with us


Mass Effect Andromeda Initiative Shares More Details On Alec Ryder And Environments

Earlier today, BioWare shared a brand new cinematic trailer for Mass Effect Andromeda with news of gameplay to come at The Game Awards December 1st. The games website which features the Andromeda Initiative has since been updated to share new information on Alec Ryder, Andromeda’s environmental conditions and the initiative itself along with a new trailer.

Alec Ryder

Alec Ryder, father to Sarah and Scott Ryder is a seasoned galactic explorer and formerly a member of Jon Grissom’s original task force that travelled through the Charon mass relay – the first encountered by humanity – in 2149. Ryder would go on to further prove his mettle by completing N7 training, solidifying himself as one of the Alliance military’s elite. Eventually recruited into the role of Pathfinder for the Andromeda Initiative, Ryder represents the tip of the spear in humanity’s efforts to find a new home in this unknown galaxy.


While the Andromeda Initiative’s long-range scans have identified several potentially habitable planets in the Heleus cluster, the possibility of encountering harsh planetary conditions during the search for a suitable Golden World exists. The Pathfinder and their team will be responsible for assessing and exploring any environment deemed necessary as the mission unfolds.

Andromeda Initiative

Founded in 2176 and launched in 2185, the Andromeda Initiative is a civilian, multi-species project created to send scientists, explorers and colonists on a one-way trip to settle in the Andromeda Galaxy. With powerful benefactors lending their support, the program has grown substantially in scope since its inception. The Initiative’s ultimate goal is to establish a permanent presence on the seemingly resource-rich frontier of Andromeda, and eventually create a reliable route between it and the Milky Way Galaxy.

A new initiative trailer has also been released which you can check out below:

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.


More in News



To Top