Mass Effect Andromeda Day One Patch Might Arrive Ahead Of Launch

Mass Effect Andromeda is nearing its launch and fans of the franchise are excited about the game. Like many games these days, Mass Effect Andromeda will also receive a day one patch and Bioware has hinted that Mass Effect Andromeda day one patch might arrive ahead of launch.

Bioware is currently working on Mass Effect Andromeda day one patch and general manager at Bioware has said that the devs are aiming for releasing the patch on March 16 for Origin Access members who will have access to the game same day.

Mass Effect Andromeda will improve upon everything that the previous games introduced and Bioware has revealed that some planets in the game are as big as the entire Dragon Age Inquisition.

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If you take some of the story planets–which are the biggest we have–they’re the size of Dragon Age: Inquisition as a whole in terms of footprint. Keep in mind though that the context is different, because you’re moving way faster [driving] the Nomad, but we still have to build all that content.

While it is interesting that some planets will be massive but Bioware will have to put in content to keep players engaged. However, Bioware has revealed that they have put in a lot of content in the game but they chose quality over quantity for it.

Mass Effect Andromeda is an action-adventure RPG in development at Bioware and is scheduled to launch on March 21, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.