Here's hoping the developer fixes this before the game launches next week.
Mass Effect: Andromeda will finally be available from next week, although Xbox One owners with EA Access subscriptions are able to play the first five hours already.
Indeed Andromeda's character models and general animations - walking, talking...you name it - have come under heavy fire, and though BioWare will no doubt move to rectify the situation in due time, don't expect those improvements to begin rolling out on day one. No, that ship has sailed.
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Lead designer Frazier did go on to say that Bioware are planning "more patches later on", but he made it clear that exactly what goes into these updates "is still in discussion". Frazier's reply was, "At day 1?"
Fans have been clamoring about the various glitches that have been found in the game thus far, many of which we've gathered here. Players will need their EA account login details to connect the app to your installation of Mass Effect: Andromeda. We're not sure yet what kind of effect they'll have on sales, but, for the most part, people are still somewhat excited to see the game in action, game glitches and all.