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BioWare Get Serious, Confirms New Patch Coming And Discuss 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Multiplayer Issues [VIDEO]

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"Mass Effect: Andromeda," the BioWare's newly launched action RPG, is about to receive some major changes in the coming days. The goal is to address some of the game's most glaring bugs. BioWare made the big announcement this week.

The Edmonton, Canada-based game developer has just announced that they will be revealing new information this week about the upcoming patch. "Mass Effect" producer Mike Gamble confirmed on Twitter about the studio's plans to fix the game, thus providing some Andromeda fans a great idea of the upcoming patch, the GameRant reported.

However, Gamble hasn't able to provide additional information about the specific date and plans about what the new patch will really address. Instead, Gamble responded to the fans' inquiry on Twitter with the hashtag #soon, which seems to suggest that patch is now on its way.

Interestingly, Gamble's announcement on Twitter that the next patch will be arriving soon, coincides with the upcoming information about a multiplayer patch for "Mass Effect: Andromeda." BioWare's Andromeda Lead designer Ian S. Frazier is said to be a little bit cagey, giving no further comment about the next update. However, Frazier confirmed did the reports about the free stuff that Deluxe and Super Deluxe owners will be receiving this month.

Meanwhile, just this week, BioWare confirmed plans to discuss the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" multiplayer changes. BioWare made the big announcement on Twitter, announcing to the gaming world that the new Andromeda's Twitch event will start on May 5, at 6:00 p.m., BST.

The newly launched action RPG has been hit by criticism for its multiplayer, with some Mass Effect fans complaining of issues about Biotic and Tech powers. For those fans who still wondering what might come next in terms of the next patch, a small story event as the end of the game may provide the best information.

Still, it remains to be seen whether the studio will be able to address almost all of the discussed issues in this week's livestream event, but "Mass Effect" fans are still hoping for the best result. "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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