‘Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch 1.07 Is Out Now; Implements Minor Changes, Bug Fixes

The latest patch update of Mass Effect: Andromeda is now live. Gamers should have no trouble reading the details since Patch 1.07 only fixes a few bugs and improves stability. This update comes after BioWare released Patch 1.06 a week earlier. The latest patch will be applicable for Xbox One, PC, and PS4.

Although it is just a hotfix according to producer Michael Gamble, Patch 1.07 of Mass Effect: Andromeda will still take about 875 MB of hard disk space. He advised gamers who are encountering PC issues to go offline on Origin. Then they should re-launch the game and go online again.

Patch 1.07 Has Several Functions

According to Gamble, Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch 1.07 has several functions. It fixes the crash on UNC Outlaw of the SOS quest. The patch also solves the problem where the server will automatically disconnect upon sending strike teams on APEX missions. With this patch, all entitled players will find that the Athletic Casual Outfit will now be unlocked. Entitled players are those who ordered Deluxe edition content.

Patch 1.07 of Mass Effect: Andromeda also solves the issue that prevented the completion of the Nomad upgrades/Shield Crafting quest. Gamers are instructed to go back to the Tempest so that they can trigger completion. The release of this latest update comes at a time when the game publisher announced that the title is being placed on the backburner.

BioWare Is Still Committed To Supporting The Game's Fanbase

When Mass Effect: Andromeda was initially launched, it earned mixed reactions from the gaming community. BioWare was not amiss when it comes to responding to the concerns of the game's fanbase. However, recent developments indicate that the staff of the franchise has been transferred to EA Motive while others are assigned to work on the new IP of BioWare. The release of this latest patch also indicates that BioWare will still provide support for the loyal fans of the video game.

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