Mass Effect Andromeda Multiplayer Update: BioWare Ensures Major Improvements on the Next Patch

May 08, 2017 08:10 AM EDT | Hannah Jill


BioWares has confirmed that there will be some major updates and improvements in the next patch that they're going to release. It will definitely be out soon but without any confirmed actual release date. The Mass Effect Andromeda's next major update will be more on the multiplayer changes and animation improvements due to some few negative review scores that they have received.

BioWare Producer Mike Gamble confirmed on his Twitter account that they are still working on the patches and all the stuff that they have discussed. As for the release date, Gamble's only response is, "Next one will be out soon."

BioWare Lead Designer Ian S. Frazier didn't give further details on the Mass Effect Andromeda Improvements as he couldn't say anything more about the next update, however, he confirmed the free stuff that the Deluxe and Super Deluxe owners are supposed to get in May will be given soon.

Gamble says that for the next two months that they'll be rolling out some additional patches for Mass Effect Andromeda, which aims to go even deeper and improve some several areas of the game. This includes giving more options in the character creator, improvements to the appearance of characters, more romance option for Scott Ryder and some changes to conversation options for Hainly Abrams.

The Mass Effect Andromeda fans can also see some additional performance and stability fixes, as well as free cosmetic items in a single-player mode. This was also in relation to the complaints that gamers have filed about the Biotic and Tech powers.

It was revealed that Mass Effect Andromeda was the third largest selling game in the month of March in North America, behind is Zelda Breath of the Wild and Ghost Recon Wildlands. BioWare could also release Mass Effect Andromeda LC, having teased a small story event at eh conclusion of the game.

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