They are trying to find what they like about "Mass Effect: Andromeda", and also what they can improve or evolve in the future, he posted on its official website. "We do this by actively consulting with our diverse workforce, as well as speaking with different communities", the developer wrote. BioWare also indicated that they had some talks with the members of the transgender community and they are now working on fixing the problem. "Once the changes are implemented, Hainly will only reveal certain information to Ryder after they have developed trust, and only if the players chooses to support her", BioWare adds. Thankfully, BioWare announced that a patch would arrive soon to address these problems including several other changes to the game.
Late last week, BioWare issued a statement telling players that it would be updating Mass Effect: Andromeda and improving numerous game's major issues.
BioWare previously vowed to make adjustments to scenes involving the character, as well as improvements to gay romances, in an upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda patch.
Hainly Abrams, an NPC in the sci-fi sequel, is a trans woman who the players can interact with during the game. Players will also see a more natural animation when Ryder runs in a zigzag pattern according to the patch notes on the BioWare blog.
"Back home, I was filling test tubes in some dead-end lab. People knew me as Stephan".
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Why does Abrams tell you her pre-transition name out of the blue, the same name that she hated being called so much she willingly left behind the entirety of the world she knew to fly unfathomable distances away on a one way trip? And I knew who I wanted to do it as.
The character in question: Hainly Abrams. That's me. Feels good.
Bioware has released the first major update for Mass Effect Andromeda after its launch last month.
The same can be said for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
On the multiplayer side of things, BioWare has promised new maps, characters, and weapons. This latest update to Andromeda will fix tutorial placements, improve lip syncing for localised versions of the game, make balance changes and more.