Mass Affect: Andromeda’s latest patch fixes black-screen bug and multiplayer factors
Above: Mass Affect: Andromeda in movement.
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Mass Affect: Andromeda is a big sport (with some problems), and its developer is engaged on it correct up until launch.
BioWare updated the game yesterday to restore just some obtrusive factors, and it’s planning to launch one different most important patch shortly. The studio’s new sci-fi epic hits PC along with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One tomorrow, and the game positively has pretty just some technical factors that may protect some avid gamers from completely having enjoyable with the sprawling galaxy-exploration role-playing simulator. For now, nonetheless, BioWare has a minimal of addressed a handful of most likely essentially the most pressing points.
In a tweet to Mass Affect followers, Andromeda producer Fernando Melo confirmed that the change fixes a difficulty with PC-part producer Corsair’s Dwelling home windows utility app. The patch moreover corrected some glitched audio and F-key malfunctions in multiplayer. BioWare has eradicated a bug the place avid gamers would get a sudden black show display via the transition to dialogue.
PC @masseffect of us, be sure to seize latest patch (pushed out proper this second) – restore black show display / Corsair utility, MP sound, MP F-keys factors
— Fernando Melo (@DiscoBabaloo) March 20, 2017
Completely different points nonetheless keep. Since this patch, I’ve nonetheless seen characters freezing, and I was able to attain a part of a map sooner than the scripting was ready for me. My character’s hair as quickly as didn’t load as successfully.
Squashing all of the bugs in such an unlimited sport is definitely tough, nonetheless it’s moreover normally important to a simple experience for avid gamers. Melo promised the next change for mass Affect: Andromeda continues to be throughout the works and is coming shortly. BioWare expects to launch it each later proper this second or on launch day.
Patches are moreover rolling out to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One — although Andromeda reportedly has fewer technical hiccups on non-PC platforms.