Oct 17, 2017 | Updated: 07:21 PM EDT

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Update: Developer Team Is Now Making Actions For The Game’s Issues

Mar 21, 2017 03:25 AM EDT

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(Photo : Ethan Miller/Getty images) Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang (L) speaks with BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn as they introduce footage of the new 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' video game at CES 2017 at in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" has recently received a lot of mixed responses and critics for the game's strange facial expressions and awkward animation. The game's lead developer has been busy facing on these critics which he discussed the day one patch.

According to Polygon, the upcoming day one patch will not fix anymore in terms of the game's animations and character models. Despite "Mass Effect: Andromeda" rapid criticism, so players can expect to suffer these awkward issues. Lead designer Ian Frazier has recently responded to the complaint tweet by fans if ever the game will bring patch that will improve character models but in response, he stated that there's no patch coming by saying "Ship has sailed."

 "Mass Effect: Andromeda" changes in the patch have already been sealed where it is integrated into the EA and Origin Access in early trials. Bioware also acknowledged the fact that the game suffers from the said critics from its fans and players. Because of this dilemma, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" developer team is already formulating to create immediate solutions to the problem.

Even though "Mass Effect: Andromeda" lead designer Ian Frazier didn't claim any announcement for the update launch, he also stated that his team is also looking a way to add more skin tones to all the game's characters in its creation mode. They are now investigating the ongoing multiplayer sound issues where they encourage all players to submit complaints on EA's troubleshooting page to help them locate problems that are needed an immediate fix.

According to Game Spot, BioWare is now launching a comparison app for the multiplayer mode called the Apex HQ. For this app, it will help to track player's progression in the mode which will display useful information like any collected rewards and items. "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is far from perfect, but BioWare with their developers is working hard to fix its current issues.

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will officially launch this coming March 21 available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PCs. For all players who has EA Access, the game can now be played the first 10 hours of the game.

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