Mass Effect Andromeda will be the main topic in the video game world for the next month easily. So many people have been anticipating this game and the hype train is real! As you know, EA flew out a bunch of YouTubers, streamers, and journalists a couple of weeks ago (including representatives from GI) to play their game early. Also, EA has allowed users who subscribed to EA Early Access to play the game this week. This has resulted in a ton of early images, videos, and news about the latest Bioware title. Unfortunately, the bad news has overshadowed any good news.
So far gamers have found various facial animations that look like the characters are lifeless. One gamer tweeted the question asking if this would get fixed with a day one patch, and the lead designer Ian Frazier said this would not be fixed until possibly later on.
More like Mass Effect: Androids because
— Nibel (@Nibellion) March 16, 2017
@JohnCharling At day 1? No, that ship has sailed. We'll have more patches later on, but exactly what goes into them is still in discussion.
— Ian Soon Frazier (@tibermoon) March 16, 2017
Other gamers have tweeted out videos of their characters doing a crab walk running animation that looks similar to someone having to pee really bad. Things like this have resulted to someone threatening people who don’t even work on the Bioware team. This is getting very corny very fast! I really hope that the team at Bioware can fix the initial issues, but nothing should lead you to wish someone harm because there are a few bugs and glitches for your favorite gaming franchise.
i dont think ill ever get tired of trashing the new Mass Effect pic.twitter.com/jwXxdaRCtU
— Nathan Ranney (@RatCasket) March 16, 2017
— BioWare (@bioware) March 18, 2017