Bioware details patch that addresses some of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s major issues

Last week, Bioware told fans of Mass Effect: Andromeda that they are aware of the many problems that has been reported to them and are working to get it fixed. Last night they detailed a patch that will address some of the major issues that has been plaguing the game. Patch 1.05 will be made available on 6 April.

Some of the fixes include the following according to the official Mass Effect site:

  • Allowing you to skip ahead when travelling between planets in the galaxy map
  • Increasing the inventory limits
  • Improving the appearance of eyes for humans and asari characters
  • Decreasing the cost of remnant decryption keys and making them more accessible at merchants
  • Improving localized voice over lip sync
  • Fixing Ryder’s movements when running in a zig zag pattern
  • Improving matchmaking and latency in multiplayer

Bioware also added that the following will be looked at in the coming months:

  • More options and variety in the character creator
  • Improvements to hair and general appearance for characters
  • Ongoing improvements to cinematic scenes and animations
  • Improvements to male romance options for Scott Ryder
  • Adjustments to conversations with Hainly Abrams

It’s good that Bioware is working to improve Mass Effect: Andromeda. It’s a damn good game that’s unfortunately burdened by technical issues and poor quality control. I’ve played about 40 hours of ME: A and can honestly say I haven’t experienced too many issues, although, they are there. Hopefully, not for long.

Source: masseffect.com

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