[March 15th edit] IGN played multiplayer for an hour today. You can watch the video below:
Whoever mixed the sound for this video should be slapped--very hard to hear the developers and interviewer talking over the stupidly loud music--but we finally have some decent video of multiplayer. Of all the ways for BioWare to first allow the world to see multiplayer, a you tube channel with just over 50,000 subscribers isn't what I would have expected, but here were are.
For those who haven't heard, yes, there will be multiplayer in Mass Effect: Andromeda, and yes, it will be quite a bit like Mass Effect 3. Co-op gameplay, waves of enemies, lots of loot, unlockable character classes, and FREE DLC supported by the optional purchase of loot boxes. It's a great system. I played ME3 multiplayer for over 100 hours, never bought any loot boxes, and never felt like I was at a disadvantage.
Best of all, as I've said before, EA is very incentivized to make ME:A multiplayer a mode that people greatly enjoy playing. ME3 multiplayer was the best horde mode I've ever played, and I can only hope this will be a worthy successor.