It’s been a long road to launch, but Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s March release date is coming up. Now, two BioWare developers have teased the game again, tweeting pictures of the game’s main slate on the home screens for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Producer Michael Gamble kicked things off with an image of the game on Xbox One. Someone asked how the game is performing on Microsoft’s console and he replied, “Running awesome.” This was followed up by an image from lead designer Ian Frazier, who showed off the PS4 version in his own teasing tweet. You can see both tweets embedded below.
No images of Andromeda’s main slate for PC were shared, but Gamble said he plays that version of the game every single day.
In other news, Frazier teased Andromeda’s open-ended story in another tweet. He said, “I really need to get back to the main plot, but there are so many things for my pyromaniac Ryder to discover in #space…” Frazier also talked about his new weapon, which he titled “Big Pew Pew” using Andromeda’s crafting and naming system. “My new assault rifle, lovingly titled ‘Big Pew Pew,’ is a thing of beauty and wonder. And severe plasma burns. #space“
Finally, Frazier offered a tease for what the Mass Effect marketing team has up its sleeve to promote Andromeda. “*brief break to see what Marketing’s up to* Yup, cool stuff coming. *back to work,*” he said.
Andromeda launches on March 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In other news, EA has confirmed that Andromeda, like almost all other EA games, will let EA and Origin Access members play it first through a 10-hour trial that comes out five days before launch.
For more on the sci-fi adventure game check out all of GameSpot’s previous coverage here.