As expected, BioWare has dropped its 1.05 update for Mass Effect: Andromeda that, perhaps most prominently, fixes the creepy-crazy eyes of human and asari characters in the game so it doesn’t look like they’re listening to demonic voices telling them to kill you while you’re sleeping, plus lots of gameplay improvements, and multiplayer ability and weapon adjustments.
It’s actually a subtle difference, but also an astounding difference. How does that even work? Make-up, people. Learn to use it properly, and they’ll never know it’s there.
One of the other big campaign gameplay changes is the option to skip through those tedious transition animations when navigating between planets and systems in the galaxy map (yes, please), but besides some fixes for otherwise somewhat inconsequential cosmetic and technical issues, the update is actually mostly about multiplayer balancing. There’s a lot going on here, but some of the most significant revisions include nerfing melee punches, and making the Outlaw faction – the mode’s easiest enemy – much harder. So thanks for that.