Andromeda Will Patch Gay Romances, Trans Character Coming Out Scene

Lynne Hanson
April 5, 2017

You can read the full patch notes for update 1.05 if you like, but the short version is that BioWare is improving the appearance of eyes for human and Asari characters, fixing lip-sync issues and "facial acting" for NPCs, expanding inventory limits, and stabilizing multiplayer.

BioWare also promised additional patches and regular support in the next two months to cover additional in-game issues.

They are actually going to address and fix all of the major issues players have had with Mass Effect: Andromeda - including the animation!

On the game's official website, the General Manager Aaron Flynn has posted a comprehensive roadmap anticipating the arrival of many improvements. They include adding more options to the character creator, animation improvements and gameplay adjustments for the romantic options for Scott Ryder.

Fans can play Mass Effect Andromeda on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Your squad wields it in the New Earth trailer, and it appears in the weapons briefing trailer.

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He had been tasked with leading the company's turnaround, but clashed with the eponymous founder over creative differences. The company expects to incur restructuring costs of approximately $370 million as a result of these new activities.

In the scene, which can be seen in the tweet below, Abrams explains that she embarked on the mission to the Andromeda galaxy to leave her old life behind.

Hey, what brought you here? In a recent press release, the company said that even though the game was in the hands of consumers, this was just the beginning of their journey. They add that they're "looking at adding more cosmetic items to single player for free" as well.

Of course, there is no saying that will happen to Mass Effect: Andromeda right now.

Mass Effect Andromeda has been under fire since its release for its plethora of bugs and awkward animation. The first of three new multiplayer characters based around "The Remnant Investigation" is apparently coming this Thursday.

The last is particularly important-although we ignored multiplayer in our preliminary review and likely won't touch it in our final review, it's proving to be very popular among the Ars Technica Andromeda player group. We want to hear from you about your experiences, both what you love about the game and what you'd like to see changed.

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