Mass Effect: Andromeda's developers promise to fix the game's bugs and broken animations

Mass Effect: Andromeda is a lot of things, but a well-designed, bug-free title it is not. The developers have now promise to do something about that.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is a lot of things, but a well-designed, bug-free title it is not. Reviews of the game are mostly positive, describe the game as slightly underwhelming and harp on the bugs and ridiculous facial animations that have transformed the game into meme heaven.

Bioware, the game’s developer, is a company with a long history of creating incredible games and has a huge fan following. EA, the game’s publisher, also has a long history of making great games, but it also has a reputation for working like a money-hungry corporation than a game developer / publisher that values its community.

Thankfully, Bioware appears to have taken note of the incessant feedback (and the growing number of memes) and has finally responded to its fan-base.

 

In their response, Bioware developers simply stated that they were listening to feedback and that they were working “around the clock” to gather information and plan a solution.

Hopefully, the developers can find a way to fix the weird character animations at the very least.

If you’re playing the game and have found bugs, do submit them here.

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