Mass Effect was one of the most beloved series during the last console generation. That is, until Mass Effect 3’s ending left players with a bad taste in their mouth after enjoying three excellent titles. Fast forward to 2017 and the highly-anticipated Mass Effect: Andromeda has released to several complaints.
The biggest one has been the facial animations, which often look like a downgrade from the original trilogy. The downpour of negative reactions led Ian Frazier, Lead Designer, to take to Twitter to discuss the situation with players.
Frazier let fans know that BioWare is aware of the backlash toward the facial animations and that the team is already preparing patches that will hopefully solve many of the game’s issues. The character creator, which most players felt wasn’t as deep as it should be, is also being evaluated.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is now available for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.
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