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.
This means everyone who picks up Mass Effect: Andromeda at launch can expect to see the same sorts of talking and walking animations shown in preliminary footage online. "That ship has sailed".
As one would expect in this day and age in gaming, Mass Effect: Andromeda's development team at BioWare is now putting together a day one patch for the forthcoming science fiction shooter in order to ensure the title avoids hitting any snags with bugs or glitches at launch. But will there be a fix for these in time for the launch? "We'll have more patches later on", Frazier suggested, "but what exactly goes into them is still in discussion".
The game's publisher announced in January that it'd be giving EA Access subscribers at 10-hour demo of the game starting Thursday, but it appears that freebie has backfired.
EA and Bioware's Mass Effect: Andromeda will be available from Thursday 23 March in the United Kingdom, on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
If you decide to buy the full game once it comes out, all of your progress (including achievements) will carry over.
Mass Effect: Andromeda has been getting a lot of heat recently regarding the possibility of a downgrade.