Mass Effect Andromeda patch 1.05 is going to be coming soon, and BioWare has taken a wide variety of complaints about the game and is planning to fix them.
Mass Effect Andromeda got criticism before release due to reports of buggy animations and various other quality-of-life problems with the game.
While many gamers and reviewers have since discovered that despite these animation issues Andromeda is pretty good, BioWare is still taking fan feedback into account when it comes to working on ways to improve the game.
Chief among these is the animations, though Mass Effect Andromeda patch 1.05 will also be fixing other issues.
These include things like adjustments to the character creator, better hair and facial animation, improvements to romance options for a male Ryder, and expanding the game’s inventory slots.
All of these changes come in addition to the normal patch priorities of squashing bugs, balance changes, and more.
Players will also be getting new APEX missions for the multiplayer, and BioWare has also talked about putting in more cosmetic options for players to add to their own Ryders.
While Andromeda already added the ability for players to not be restricted to a single class (instead being allowed to gain powers and abilities as they level up), more customization for the character appearances would be appreciated.
With a variety of unsettling rumors from BioWare about how Mass Effect Andromeda’s development was hampered by conflict between the two studios, it’s good to see that they’re still working to make the game great for their players.
There’s no real telling when Mass Effect Andromeda patch 1.05 is going to be coming out for the various platforms, but it will hopefully enhance the gameplay experience and make it so that the game’s animations are the subject of less mockery than they were when the game first came out.