Early reports have come in showing some of the Mass Effect: Andromeda characters' talking and walking animations. One Twitter user wanted to know if the obvious animation breakdowns seen in the game - as uploaded by those playing advanced copies - would be fixed with a day-one patch.
As one would expect in this day and age in gaming, Mass Effect: Andromeda's development team at BioWare is now putting together a day one patch for the forthcoming science fiction shooter in order to ensure the title avoids hitting any snags with bugs or glitches at launch.
And BioWare isn't doing anything to correct their shenanigans. "That ship has sailed". But will there be a fix for these in time for the launch?
As the Xbox Games Store multiplayer-new-trailer-released/" class="local_link" >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.
Since the game went live for EA and Origin Access Members earlier this week, reaction has been pretty damning when it comes to judging the game's facial models.
He also added that the multiplayer sound issues are "under investigation". If you've got an Xbox One or powerful enough gaming PC, the $4.99 is definitely worth it. The description explains that Andromeda Points "can be used instead of the earned in-game currency to obtain new Multiplayer packs, which contain items used in the Multiplayer mode".