Mass Effect: Andromeda was built as one of 2017’s must have games but what we received at launch was a game that had the potential but just had too many flaws.
Prior to the games release thousands of images and videos appeared online mocking the animations of the game, many criticized Bioware for releasing a game in such a bad condition, however Bioware always said they would support the game to the best of their ability. And that starts on Thursday as Bioware have released the notes for an upcoming patch for the game.
Mass Effect: Andromeda 1.05 patch notes:
- Multiplayer balance changes: Weapons, cover, and enemies (check back for detailed notes on balance changes)
- Added option to skip autopilot sequences in the galaxy map
- Improved logic, timing, and continuity for relationships and story arcs
- Improved lip-sync and facial acting during conversations, including localized VO
- Fixed various collision issues
- Fixed bugs where music or VO wouldn’t play or wasn’t correct
- Fixes issues related to some saves
- Streaming and stability improvements
For the full list of patch notes check out Bioware’s post here.
It’s great to see these improvements finally made especially to the facial animations, and it’s also good to know that Bioware remain committed to improving Mass Effect: Andromeda.