However, despite being a gameplay staple for the series, Mass Effect: Andromeda won't have it at launch. And if you'd rather explore a more familiar world, Aksys Games will bundle together Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Virtue's Last Reward for the PS4 and Vita in Zero Escape: The Nonary Games.
It may well be that the game's facial animation will be improved at a later date, though this would likely require a great deal of work. Reports claim that animations are on par with the original Mass Effect, though this might be exaggerated.
A fan site posted a vitriolic rant that identified a Vancouver woman as the lead facial animator by name, charging that she had no relevant experience and was merely "an inexperienced cosplayer".
Various videos demonstrated on Mass Effect Andromeda's graphics prowess and it saw poor character design with some of the worst facial expressions around. This tweet denies her being an EA employee as well.
Allie Rose-Marie Leost was bombarded with sexually explicit messages after she was identified as the lead animator in Electronic Arts' motion capture labs by a blog post at TheRalphRetort, Kotaku reported Saturday. She has since changed her Twitter profile and her Linkedin account states she's merely been a facial animator at EA.
As you may know already, some people have been able to play Mass Effect Andromeda on Xbox One and PC thanks to EA Access and Origin Access.
Reviews for Mass Effect: Andromeda are expected to go up shortly, so stay tuned to GamingBolt to read our final impressions on the game.
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