Mass Effect 4 Teaser Released by Bioware to Celebrate N7 Day

Screenshot from the Mass Effect 5 trailer.

In the Mass Effect universe, the N7 designation serves as a symbol of military position and rank. Today, being November 7th, marks N7 Day, which BioWare typically celebrates in honor of the series. On this occasion, they are not only commemorating the series but also unveiling a very short Mass Effect 4 teaser.

The reveal of the new teaser started with a very short clip that appeared on the EA website called Epilson. This clip shows a pair of legs walking and it begins to pan up. At this point the video cuts.

Alongside the clip there was also a piece of code that stated the following:

/////ACCESS CODE: EPSILON

/////ACCESS CODE ACCEPTED

/////SECONDARY ENCRYPTION DETECTED
/////VJBSVU-XXXX-XXXXXXXX
/////ANDROMEDA DISTRESS SIGNAL DETECTED
/////YEAR SENT: [REDACTED]
/////AUDIO TRANSCRIPT: ALTHOUGH THEY SHOULD KNOW BY NOW NOT TO UNDERESTIMATE HUMAN [REDACTED]

Following the release of this teaser an additional video was released that shows more of the first teaser. This video called Defiance, appeared unlisted on the official Mass Effect YouTube channel.

The video continues the teaser previously released on the EA website. We see the opening few seconds featuring a character in boots and then it pans up to reveal a uniform. This uniform features the red stripe that appears on N7 Armor.

N7 day is still running, which means there could be more to this teaser. The fact it stops short of revealing the face could mean there is a third video that will reveal who the character is. Many on social media believe it to be FemShep, the female main character of the Mass Effect series.

The first reveal of Mass Effect 4 was released back in 2021 in a trailer called “The Next Mass Effect.” This trailer did little to provide a direction or clues as to where the series is heading next, but it did confirm that BioWare is working on the next game in the series.

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