Bioware will address more ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ issues soon

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This patch will also change
dialogue
for a transgender NPC, Hainly Abrams, that drew
criticism for deadnaming herself. It’s not clear exactly what
the changes will entail, but Bioware says it “was adjusted to
change the flow of personal information she discusses with
Ryder.”

The new update isn’t out yet, but when it arrives the character
creator will allow players to use all hairstyles on either
Scott or Sara Ryder, add two new heads (one male and one
female), plus a new bald hairstyle option. Finally, if you’re
stuck with a Ryder that’s not quite right for you, then you can
change their appearance while aboard the Tempest.

There are other fixes as well, listed in the official
changelog, that will apply when the patch arrives (usually
within a day or two of the announcement), including
“experimental” addition of Dolby Vision HDR support for PC
players.

Once the patch rolls out it should complete the bullet point
fixes Bioware promised as part of its “journey
ahead
,” but questions still remain. Will it be able to
bring back players who dumped the game early or avoided
purchasing Andromeda altogether? And will there be any
DLC, or a sequel in the series future beyond the existing cycle
of rotating multiplayer Apex missions? With E3 coming up next
week and this new patch, it could be a good time for an update
from EA and Bioware on the long-term future for Mass
Effect
— or a period of disturbing radio silence.

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