It is rare that games or software in general is launched without any issues, although we guess exactly how big of an impact the issues have on the game is what matters, like maybe the UI wasn’t designed properly versus a game-breaking bug. Mass Effect: Andromeda has been launched to pretty positive reviews, but there are some issues that have to be addressed.
About a week ago BioWare promised that they would detail some of the changes they have planned, and sure enough in a post on the Mass Effect website, BioWare’s general manager Aaryn Flynn revealed what they have planned for the future of the game including fixes for certain bugs or issues, as well as adding new features or tweaking existing ones.
Right off the bat it seems that BioWare will be addressing the animation complaints in the game. It seems that if there is one thing many reviews of the game did not really like that much would be its animation, and BioWare will be addressing (some) of them. In fact this fix is expected to be released on Thursday so gamers will want to keep an eye out for that.
In addition, BioWare also revealed that over the course of the next two months, they’ll be increasing options and variety for the character creator, improving on the looks of characters, improvements to the cinematic scenes, and more. In the meantime if you’d like to check out some of the changes that will be coming this week, the patch notes are available if you’re interested.