‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Latest Patch Messes Up Multiplayer Features [VIDEO]By Mark Stevens Peterson, UniversityHerald Reporter
A new patch was recently implemented for "Mass Effect: Andromeda," but a few fans are already complaining about its several nerfs in the multiplayer section. Some of them want BioWare to make adjustments again to several features.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Patch 1.05 Main Improvements
Recently, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" launched patch 1.05 to fix several features of the video game that bothered a lot of players like the stiff facial expressions and many more. The game looks gorgeous now due to the improvements like the eyes of the characters are now normal compared to the first one that made it look like artificial beings. However, the patch also introduced some problems to some fans that love the multiplayer feature of the game.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Patch 1.05 Multiplayer Nerfs
The notes of patch 1.05 for "Mass Effect: Andromeda" revealed that there will be some balance adjustments to several features in it. To the surprise of the fans, they found out that some of the player skills were nerfed, and some of the buffs went to the enemies instead. This angered some of them and demanded BioWare to change it back again, Forbes reported.
The melee damage of the players was nerfed sharply in the latest patch, and this time around, they will get lesser points for certain objectives. The Observers got nerfed a bit, while the Nullifiers and Destroyers were buffed a lot. The Outlaw class with Behemoths and Hydras can now target players more effectively, and the Sharpshooters have become strong and dangerous compared to before.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Patch 1.05 Made PC Version Unplayable
With the introduction of patch 1.05 of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" on all platforms, the console players are now enjoying the improvements, except for the PC players. Some of them complained that they could not play the game after the latest patch. It would not launch, but they could see the executable loading to memory using 59MB of RAM, a fan posted on the official forums of the BioWare Social Network.
Another fan gave temporary solutions for this issue. Players should try and see if an update has not gone through by right clicking and selecting the Update Game in Origin, while another solution was to play the game in Offline mode. The last one was to delete the Andromeda.exe files and then completely reinstalling the video game, according to the official website of EA.
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