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BioWare to Announce 'Immediate Plans' for Mass Effect: Andromeda Next Week

BioWare to Announce 'Immediate Plans' for Mass Effect: Andromeda Next Week - News

by Patrick Day-Childs , posted on 30 March 2017 / 6,856 Views

BioWare has released a statement on Twitter regarding the criticism of Mass Effect: Andromeda, which launched last week.

BioWare's latest addition to the Mass Effect series was met with a mixed reception, to put it mildly, and it looks like BioWare will attempt to salvage the series' otherwise stellar reputation by announcing various changes and fixes to Andromeda next week.


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18 Comments

Mystro-Sama (on 30 March 2017)

Too late. The memes are already viral.


SecondWar (on 31 March 2017)

I'm certain 'my face is tired' will become part of vido game folklore


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Nem (on 30 March 2017)

I wouldn't be surprised if these plans were "closing the studio and putting the series on hiatus"... just cause that is what i expect of EA. Hope they fixed stuff though, because alot of people are just giving the game a pass based on bad press from small things.


ClassicGamingWizzz (on 30 March 2017)

I dont say close, but Bioware Montreal proved they cant make AAA games, i hope they never again touch this or or other franchise again from Bioware Edmonton.


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Walbert (on 31 March 2017)

It has bugs but nearly every massive open world game does and is nowhere near as buggy as a Bethesda game, and thankfully the Shepard bug where his head would turn 180 degrees seems to have gone, and i am approaching the 60 hour mark and having a great deal of fun.


RustyShell (on 01 April 2017)

I got that bug, actually.


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RustyShell (on 01 April 2017)

I got that bug, actually.


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SecondWar (on 30 March 2017)

Only a few missions in so far. Nothing has bothered me too much aside from some wooden animations and a bit of weird dialogue. One freeze aside, I'm loving it.


method114 (on 30 March 2017)

I really don't understand the massive negative feedback from people. Some of the complaints are stuff that is pretty much standard in openworld games like this. Could you imagine being this hard on an Elder Scrolls/Fall out game?


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binary solo (on 30 March 2017)

-1 downvotes negated. Why on earth would people downvote these comments? Are people hating that people are enjoying this game that much?


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binary solo (on 30 March 2017)

13GB "patch" incoming.


John2290 (on 31 March 2017)

It's not like they can fix bad writing, VO and on top of that rework that animations. Just move on and make a better game next time, it's too late for this one.


Bristow9091 (on 31 March 2017)

I mean, it does look like it's in need of a ton of fixing, although announcing immediate plans surely means you'd start them, well... immediately, not a week afterwards, right? I'll probably hold off on buying it until there's a complete edition or something, pretty much every game is doing it these days, so I'm expecting this to do the same... if it doesn't happen. well at least the game will be dirt cheap by then, lol.


malistix1985 (on 31 March 2017)

Waiters are winners with this game, I will wait if they decide to make another mass effect game I will pick this one up a few months before that, patched and fixed.


Burning Typhoon (on 30 March 2017)

If they actually fix the game, I'll pick it up. Those memes, though.. so funny.


SamLeheny (on 30 March 2017)

I really hope those plans involve patches. A lot of them. Or hell, just patch that deletes the prefab blink animation and replaces it with one where they're not moving their entire upper face just to blink. It's a fucking blink! If there's one thing you need to get right it's the blink animation that will be reused thousands of times throughout the whole game!


TallSilhouette (on 30 March 2017)

Hopefully next year's complete edition will be much more polished. Remaster the original trilogy!


Areym (on 30 March 2017)

Wouldn't "immediate" imply that they are ready to work on these plans and fixes like right now instead of announcing a later announcement to work on immediate plans? Seriously, is that not the meaning of irony?