May 11, 2017 05:50 AM EDT
BioWare Get More Serious About 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Updates, Weapons and Multiplayer Received Much Attention In The Latest Patch [VIDEO]
BioWare this week released the latest patch for its newly launched action role-playing game "Mass Effect Andromeda." The latest patch is said to address many of the shooter game's latest issues, including the issues on multiplayer and the opening cinematics.
In the "Mass Effect Andromeda" official Twitter account, BioWare made the huge important reminder that Andromeda's servers will be going offline on May 10 at exactly 8:00 a.m Pacific Time. Additionally, Multiplayer and Strike teams will also go offline and made unavailable to users.
Also on Twitter, BioWare posted that the latest 1.06 patch goes live on May 10, across all gaming platforms. Additionally, the developer also posted the full detail of key improvements made along with bug fixes at BioWare's blog post. BioWare has also provided some details about the changes made on the combat side and multiplayer balance. The complete details about the game's patch 1.06 combat balance updates can be found on BioWare's blog.
Weapons have also received significant attention in the latest BioWare's update. Among of the changes made are an increase to the base damage of powers and certain weapons, making them more effective and deadly. Like for example, shotguns have been buffed to deal more damage and have now offered much greater accuracy when not in cover. The Vanquisher has also been nerfed to "make it comparable with other "Mass Effect: Andromeda" weapons, the GameSpot reported.
As for the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" single-player side, the Canadian-based game developer posted on their blog post that they spent extra time improving cinematics scenes in the early days of the game development. They also fixed a bug that repeatedly telling the main character that there is a new email.
Finally, BioWare has also announced that players who already purchased the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" Deluxe and Super Deluxe editions will also receive their the Nomad skins, a new Pathfinder outfit and an exclusive for multiplayer. More importantly, a high chance of receiving an ultra-rare item, according to BioWare.