Next Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch Coming Out Tomorrow
Bug fixes and buffs incoming.
Bioware producer Mike Gamble took to twitter to announce the release of the next Mass Effect: Andromeda patch.
As Gamble noted on Twitter, “The next patch comes out tomorrow 10 AM MDT. Then we roll right onto creating the next one for you.” He also confirmed that patch notes would be going live alongside the patch.
Unfortunately, nothing is stated regarding single player fixes as of yet – but for multiplayer we a little bit of information regarding what changes players will see. Biotic combos and combos, in general, will be receiving buffs alongside assault rifles and shotguns. The difficulty of the Outlaw faction will also be receiving a buff.
In other Mass Effect: Andromeda news, the title has reportedly done pretty well in the first week of sales, selling 1.05M copies.
Following the insane amount of hype and the unfortunate influx of news pertaining to the game’s character poor animations – Mass Effect: Andromeda performed pretty well selling around 1.05M copies during the first week of retail in the west.
Breaking down the sales by platform, the game sold best on the PlayStation 4 with 619,947 units sold (60%), compared to 347,802 units sold on the Xbox One (33%) and 63,879 units sold on Windows PC (7%).
Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in the US with 483,714 units sold (47%), compared to 364,072 units sold in the Europe (35%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 92,473 units in the UK, 72,630 units in Germany, and 43,233 units in France.