In case you've never been through the launch of a Mass Effect game before, here's how it works: about fifty trailers somehow manage to not spoil the whole thing for you, then you buy it and it's great. We're three for three on that so far, and Mass Effect: Andromeda doesn't look like it's going to be any different, quality pending. Right now you're looking at the dedicated hub for all the trailers - find them below.
For all the details on Mass Effect: Andromeda's release date, features, multiplayer and story, see our dedicated article.
We'll update this whenever Bioware and EA put out a new trailer - expect that to be mighty common through early 2017 up to release on March 21 in the US, 23 in the EU. You'll find whatever the latest is at the top, with a short descriptor of what's inside, or in the Initiative section when those are released.
Mass Effect: Andromeda Tempest and Nomad
Here's a quick look at the Tempest, your Normandy replacement in the Andromeda galaxy. You get to see its interior for the first time, along with a bunch of nifty world-building facts. There's also a little look at the Nomad, which is already looking like a more exciting land vehicle than the Mako.
Mass Effect: Andromeda voice actor interview
Not strictly a trailer, but we'll accept it because Tom Taylorson and Fryda Wolff are quite funny. While not entirely serious, it is a good introduction to the people you'll be listening to for 100 hours.
Mass Effect: Andromeda CES gameplay trailer
Our first glimpse at actual menus, RPG systems and levelling up - as well as some extended combat and weapon selection. A lot to learn in this trailer, if you're willing to delve deep.
Mass Effect: Andromeda gameplay trailer
Hey, there it is. Other than some dodgy lip-sync - which Bioware have said is being worked on - all the alien killing, renegade prompting and nu-mako-driving looks rather good to us.
Mass Effect: Andromeda cinematic trailer
N7 day 2016 finally brought a couple of biggies, including this story trailer which introduces the new villain and male Ryder.
Mass Effect: Andromeda Initiative trailers
These are a tad different - the various introductory videos revealed by the in-universe Andromeda Initiative program. They offer tantilising glimpses of plot details, but won't ever be showing traditional gameplay.
The first details the Andromeda Initiative itself as an introduction to the game's setup.
An expanded version of that explains the Pathfinder (that's you, Ryder) and why there's so many Arks.
The Nexus is shown off in the third, Andromeda's version of the Citadel. It also explains how we're all heading to Andromeda.
Expect seven of these in all, six proper briefings and that initial video. They've appeared about one a month since the program started.
Mass Effect: Andromeda 4K tech trailer
Coming out of the Playstation Experience PS4 Pro event was the first real look at ME:Andromeda in action. It wasn't an actual scene from the game, instead built specifically for this demo, but it had talking, walking around and alien threats, plus a dramatic cliffhanger ending. Sounds like Mass Effect to us.
Mass Effect: Andromeda E3 2016 trailer
Edging ever close to gameplay, though not quite there yet, this was the admittedly disappointing showing during E3 2016. It gave us a first look at Peebee the Asari and continued the frustrating practice of looking at men drawing concept art.
Mass Effect: Andromeda leaked gameplay
Taken from a prototype build in 2014, this leaked gameplay footage was put online by an artist as part of their portfolio. For a long time, it was all we knew of how the game would look
Mass Effect: Andromeda reveal trailer
The first trailer for the game proper, with its real name and everything, shown at E3 2015. Doesn't even feature Ryder, it's so early. We heard nothing about the game for most of the next year.
Mass Effect: Andromeda teaser trailer
Back before it had the Andromeda moniker and was known colloquially as Mass Effect 4 by everyone except Bioware, or demanded everyone stop calling it that. They eventually gave it a real name. And some gameplay.
That's all the Mass Effect trailers - so far. Check back regularly for more.