Preview pages from the first issue revealed our main character to be Tiran Kandros, who appears in Mass Effect: Andromeda as the leader of the Nexus' civilian militia (the Andromeda Initiative has no formal armed forces).
After the irregular reception of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" by players and critics was expected a reaction from BioWare, one that took place a few days ago when those responsible for the title said they would announce the future of it this month. Today, BioWare committed to address those issues with an upcoming patch and planned future updates.
Among other highlights, the update includes better lip syncing and facial animations for characters, increased inventory space, more accessible remnant decryption keys, along with some improvements for human and Asari eyes. They include adding more options to the character creator, animation improvements and gameplay adjustments for the romantic options for Scott Ryder. They add that they're "looking at adding more cosmetic items to single player for free" as well.
You don't need a prop gun to kick some Kett tail - learn how in our Mass Effect: Andromeda combat guide.
United Kingdom police: London attacker acted alone, motive may remain a mystery
A 32-year-old woman arrested in Manchester, and a 39-year-old woman arrested in east London , were released on bail. Two civilians are in critical condition, one of which has life threatening injuries, officials added.
Our team is listening, working around the clock to gather information and plan out solutions to improve and build on Mass Effect: Andromeda.
As for multiplayer, APEX missions will be improved, maps will be added, and new characters/ weapons will be integrated.
Poeple have been making fun of Mass Effect: Andromeda for its amusing looking graphic, bad UI as well as a bland storyline but there are other who also think that Mass Effect: Andromeda deserves a lot more credit than that.