Despite being so highly anticipated, Mass Effect: Andromeda has been quite the let down for quite a few fans; some can’t get over the terrible animation, some the many and varied glitches, and some the lacklustre story.
— BioWare (@bioware) March 30, 2017
I remember some of the developers comparing it to The Witcher 3, and I had high hopes at the time myself. They really shouldn’t have. The Witcher was the pinnacle of the series and of RPGs at the time, there’s no comparing to it.
Nonetheless, it seems BioWare has heard your concerns and plans on making changes. According to the studio’s post on Twitter, details of these plans will be coming on April 4th next week.
In the meantime, BioWare asks that fans express their concerns in the forums and on Twitter as the studio will be collecting all of it. The studio states clearly that they are indeed “working around the clock to gather information and plan out solutions to improve and build on Mass Effect: Andromeda.”
If these feels a lot like No Man’s Sky‘s launch, you’re not alone. However that doesn’t mean the death of Andromeda. No Man’s Sky had a very redeeming update that improved the game exponentially; hopefully it follows that the far higher budget of Andromeda is able to redeem itself too.
If nothing else, have hope; it’s not over yet.