Published: Wed, April 05, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Merle Christensen

Bioware considering adding Mass Effect Andromeda's cutscene-only rifle to the game

Bioware considering adding Mass Effect Andromeda's cutscene-only rifle to the game

We're still not sure about what to expect in the following updates that BioWare is planning to release, but, according to the developers, it seems that fans won't have to wait much longer until the updates and patch fixes land in the game.

If you've been on the internet in the past two weeks, you likely know about the storm of complaints around Mass Effect Andromeda.

Improvements to hair and general appearance.

Added option to skip autopilot sequences in the galaxy map. We're hopeful this patch will clear up at least some of those problems.

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Gamerss that have ever been jealous of the guns characters wield in Mass Effect: Andromeda marketing will be pleased to hear that one cutscene-exclusive firearm might be appearing in-game as a fully functional weapon.

Enlarge / Science officer Suvi, compiling the patch. Many believe that it is the start of a new Mass Effect trilogy but others are not convinced.

Improvements to male romance options for Scott Ryder. Bioware is hopefully correcting this faux pas and making the conversation with Abrams more realistic. BioWare will also be adding more cosmetic items to the single-player campaign for free. The studio says it will also add new APEX missions in multiplayer, which bring with them new maps, characters, and weapons. Several players were also asking for certain guns that made their appearances in earlier games such as the classic sniper M-92 Sniper, which is one of the earliest rifles for both "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3". This was a big game with a lot of weight on its shoulders that didn't live up to many players' expectations. And we've got some pretty fantastic-looking variant covers for the series' four issues, from artist Kate Niemczyk and colorist Michael Atiyeh, in the style of old pulp sci-fi and adventure magazines.

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