Mass Effect: Andromeda will have a day one patch

… Like every other game. It’s a slow news day, okay. Anyway, while the softcore space porn simulator is already finished and off to the printers, the team at BioWare is apparently still super busy blasting bugs. That’s according to lead designer Ian Frazier, who confirmed on Twitter that “a good portion of the team is still working on the day one patch”, so you can expect to download a big update before playing the game on launch. GET HYPE.

In other Mass Effect: Andromeda news, Frazier told PC Gamer in a recent interview that most of those “meaningful” side missions will be available even after finishing the game, so you don’t have to avoid campaign missions in case of accidentally saving the universe, rolling the credits, and missing out on banging that hot alien on Saturn-VI.

“There’s nothing that’s explicitly time-sensitive, but there are two things that are kind of in that vein,” he explained. “One is, there’s a handful of quests that if you finish the main story, are no longer accessible. But it’s a pretty small percentage. But the vast majority of the game, including the loyalty missions, Mass Effect 2-style, you can do even after you finish the main story. Most parts are still open.”

Game’s out on 23 March.