Mass Effect Andromeda EA Access is with Day One Patch

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Ea Access members have been enjoying a 10 hr trial since Thursday. Most are enjoying the game, but have come across some graphical issues/errors and other things such as NPC’s sliding along instead of walking, frankly odd faces made when talking, staring blank expressions, horrible preset character choices if you want to be a female character and makeup on NPC’s that looks like they let their 3yr olds apply it!

The games Lead Designer ‘Ian Soon Frazier’ informed us that EA Access members are already playing with the day one patch in place –

The games Subreddit has multiple posts from fans upset with these aspects of the game and that they will not be fixed for launch.

Fans of the series have been waiting a long time for the game, so its disappointing to find these issues which seem so gleamingly obvious to those who have played it. You expect to have some issues in a game, but characters facial expressions not matching speech and making odd movements/expressions is not something you expect at launch for a AAA game. See here for a look at some GIFS of a few of the issues.

I have been playing the trial and am thoroughly enjoying it, but have laughed at some of the above issues when they appear on screen. Make sure you Catch up on our news about the Andromeda Companion App that is coming soon for us in the UK.

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Source: Gamespot

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