Replying to a question on Twitter, Mass Effect: Andromeda lead designer Ian Frazier said that there would be no "Day-One" patch to improve the characters' facial animations, and that the team hadn't decided what would be going into future game updates.
Bioware has released a brand new Mass Effect Andromeda trailer that shows off the 4K graphic goodness brought to the game with Nvidia's HDR technology. Fans have recorded and shared a number animations that aren't what they expected from the BioWare game.
"Mass Effect: Andromeda" will allow its players to stay connected to it with the help of its new APEX HQ Companion App for its multiplayer mode.
This report came when he confirmed the day one patch was live for the Xbox One and PC early access builds and someone asked if the developer would be working on facial animation improvements.
In order for players to get their stats tracked by the game system, they will need to log into the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" APEX HQ with the same EA Account.
But it looks like Bioware might be set to fix some aspects of the game further down the line.
Video game stories from other sites on the web. Most useful, though, is the ability to send your Strike Teams on missions while you're on the go. Therefore, those facial animations shall be prevalent in your playthrough. They will just stare blankly and blink at random intervals.
Mass Effect Andromeda is due out in North America on March 21 - that's four days from now! - and the rest of the world two days later, on March 23, on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.