The studio will continue to welcome fan and player feedback
Mass Effect Andromeda has been out for a little over a week now and it’s evident that it has certain “issues”. BioWare has said that they will reveal immediate plans for a Mass Effect Andromeda patch next week, which will hopefully ‘patch’ things up in the game.
Mass Effect Andromeda’s animations have been the talk of the town for a while now. Ever since the first trailer dropped, the facial expressions of the characters have been a target of criticism. The criticism has only gotten worse since the game actually launched a little over a week ago with a whole plethora of animation-related and otherwise, issues piling up.
The studio relayed this information via an image they tweeted. The “immediate plans” are set to be revealed on April 4.
— BioWare (@bioware) March 30, 2017
The post reads:
“It’s been a week since we officially launched Mass Effect: Andromeda worldwide, and we couldn’t be more excited that our fans are finally experiencing everything we’ve worked so hard to create. We’ve received quite a bit of feedback, some of it positive and some of it critical. That feedback is an important part of our ongoing support of the game, and we can’t wait to share more of our immediate plans with you on Tuesday, April 4.”
The message ends with BioWare asking players to keep the feedback coming, which we’re sure they’ve been getting a lot of. And not the pleasant sort. Despite the negative feedback, however, it would seem that fans don’t think it’s a horrible game. It just needs some (a lot) of work, which we will hopefully see implemented when they reveal these “immediate plans”.
As for what exactly the Mass Effect Andromeda patch will do, we don’t quite know. Will it fix the animation issues the game’s struggling with or is it simply some DLC announcement? What we do know is this – BioWare has announced an announcement.
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