While Andromeda's combat, story, multiplayer, and characters make it well worth the price of admission, the game's reliance on open-world fetch quests, its awkward animations, and the huge volume of glitches certainly hinder the experience. Thankfully, BioWare has heard the feedback loud and clear.
Mass Effect: Andromeda's lead producer, Mike Gamble, posted an update on his Twitter account while responding to other comments and feedback. It seems that BioWare has taken the criticism in stride, acknowledging that there's still work to do.
BioWare will reveal more detailed plans on April 4th, 2017.
"It's been a week since we officially launched Mass Effect: Andromeda worldwide, and we couldn't be more excited that our fans are finally experiencing everything we've worked so hard to create."
"We've received quite a bit of feedback, some of it positive and some of it critical. That feedback is an important part of our ongoing support of the game, and we can't wait to share more of our immediate plans with you on Tuesday, April 4."
"In the meantime, keep your feedback coming. Our team is listening, working around the clock to gather information and plan out solutions to improve and build on Mass Effect: Andromeda."
"Thanks for your continued support and for joining us on this journey."
Mike Gamble also pinned the following quote to his feed, acknowledging the deluge of feedback the team has received.
"You make it all worthwhile. The critiques and the praise. Mass Effect runs deep in our veins, and we are glad to know you."
Mass Effect: Andromeda might have fallen short of the quality expected of the series, but it's still one greatest RPG shooters on Xbox One. Even if you're holding off for the mysterious updates, it's well worth keeping your eye on Mass Effect: Andromeda.
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