It doesn’t matter if you are a casual gamer or just a fanatic one, as you’ve probably heard about “Mass Effect: Andromeda.” This new action RPG has been released by BioWare on March 21, 2017.

Unfortunately for BioWare, the Mass Effect: Andromeda was launched with some issues that have annoyed many fans. One of the issues that most of the fans were complaining about was that the characters are robotic in both movement and appearance. Some of the gamers have also complained that the characters are lacking proper facial animation, meaning that when the character was talking, it had no expression.

Other players have noticed that the enemies were moving a bit strange, far from being realistic. All the mentioned aspects are very important in a game and we’re not sure what BioWare was thinking about when they’ve released this “unpolished” Mass Effect: Andromeda.

To make things even worse, the game also comes with some technical issues. One of the problems was causing Scott Ryder, the main character, to enter a strange animation stage, making him run in a zigzag pattern. The game was also crashing if you tried to run it in a 16:9 or 16:10 portrait display, and it was not saving as often as needed during missions, which caused you to lose the progress.

Mass Effect: Andromeda 1.05 Patch

However, the Patch 1.05 has been released for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and many fans have hoped that it will finally fix some of the major problems of the game. Well, it seems that they were not that lucky, as not all the problems were been fixed. The “zigzag” issue was fixed and the eyes and facial acting of both humans and asari are looking way better than before.

The new patch has also brought a new feature that allows you to skip the autopilot sequences, which is a big plus, especially for the players that don’t have the mood or the time to wait when traveling from one planet to another.

The developers have also brought some balance to single player and multiplayer mode, they’ve fixed the save-related problems, improved the stability of the game and the matchmaking and latency in multiplayer are way better than before.

BioWare still has a lot of work to do on Mass Effect: Andromeda and we’re pretty sure that the game developing company knows that. We think that the guys who’ve worked on this title have rushed in releasing it and we think that it was better to release it this autumn without these problems. We have to mention that many players have decided to not purchase the game once they’ve heard about all of its issues.