Mass Effect: Andromeda had a lot of hype leading up to its launch. Ralph, for his part, fueled the fire further, publishing follow-up posts that elaborated on Leost's alleged role in the development of Mass Effect: Andromeda and why the games' awkward facial renderings were primarily her fault.
Mass Effect: Andromeda's creators Bioware have revealed that the game's day one patch will not fix its heavily criticised facial animations.
It may well be that the game's facial animation will be improved at a later date, though this would likely require a great deal of work.
Reviews for Mass Effect: Andromeda are expected to go up shortly, so stay tuned to GamingBolt to read our final impressions on the game. According to other exaggerated reports, these facial animations are as good as the original Mass Effect.
Although, EA has denied her position as the Lead Animator. That website also accused her of performing sexual acts to get her job at EA. Responding directly to the firm's statement, Ralph said that Leost's social media pages, which listed her as a lead facial animator for Mass Effect: Andromeda, as well as BioWare's official statement, were in-congruent.
BioWare, the developer behind Mass Effect: Andromeda, issued a formal statement that gamers were attacking the wrong person, referring to the person in question as a "former EA employee" who "was misidentified as a lead member of the Mass Effect: Andromeda development team".
Magnified or not, it seems that fans of the series, if these are allowed to be called fans, have now sent personal threats to one the game's animators, Allie Rose-Marie. Do let us know your thoughts on the matter.