Mass Effect: Andromeda has already had its fair share of reviews and BioWare has already released its first patch. And if you already have hands on this game then you will know what those problems are. Some of it is on the surface and some problems go way deeper. But that doesn’t mean it is full of flaws. It also has done a very good job with some of its physics and game play from the previous games. I guess the issues we currently face have to be put on hold for a while and look into what BioWare has fixed with its first patch.
It fixes some of the issues that the users reported from the EA/Origin early access version. The patch would have been downloaded along with the game and will be a part of the final version of the game.
As noted down by BioWare, this patch fixes the black screen / corsair utility issues, as well as some MP sound MP F-keys issues. It also fixes issues with the landing on Ark Natanus.
They are also looking into issues with IPv6 matchmaking issues that were reported by the community, and some server side data fixes will be launched which will fix some Challenges that were not being able to complete.
Here’s hoping BioWare can address the issues we are currently facing soon and we find ourselves glued to the game and its story.