Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Technology | By Timothy Carter

Andromeda won't be getting a Day One fix for animation complaints

Andromeda won't be getting a Day One fix for animation complaints

Mass Effect: Andromeda, Bioware's latest entry in the Mass Effect series, is getting ready to launch across the world on March 21st.

As the Xbox Games Store confirms, Mass Effect Andromeda will have multiplayer micro-transactions that range from $5 United States dollars to $100 USD and give you 500 to 12,000 Andromeda Points.

While Frazier didn't declare exactly when Mass Effect: Andromeda facial animations will be addressed, he has revealed that the team at BioWare is working to include more skin tones for the game's character creation mode that should come in an update after the day one patch. No, that ship has sailed.

But it looks like Bioware might be set to fix some aspects of the game further down the line.

They will know what we are also rapidly finding out; that it is a worthy successor to one of the greatest role-playing games trilogies ever released.

The game's publisher announced in January that it'd be giving EA Access subscribers at 10-hour demo of the game starting Thursday, but it appears that freebie has backfired. Make sure you log in with the same EA account that's linked to your copy of Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is releasing next week, March 21 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

If you decide to buy the full game once it comes out, all of your progress (including achievements) will carry over.

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