Bioware's going to reveal just how it's going to shape the future of Mass Effect: Andromeda next week.
Since it released last week, Mass Effect: Andromeda has received plenty of praise, as well as lots of criticism. In a post to Twitter last night, Bioware addressed all of the feedback it has received, and announced that it will reveal its plans for the future of the game next week.
The statement appeared on Twitter (as seen below), and read in part,
"We've received quite a bit of feedback, some of it positive and some of it critical. That feedback is an important part of our ongoing support of the game, and we can't wait to share more of our immediate plans with you on Tuesday, 4th April."
There's no exact information on just what the company plans to target, but there has been previous discussion about changes to the character creator to add more options, updates to the game's oft-mocked animations, and there are plenty of bugs worth addressing as well.
The company went on to say that players should, "keep your feedback coming. Our team is listening, working around the clock to gather information and plan out solutions to improve and build on Mass Effect: Andromeda.
One other thing about this statement - it sounds oddly reminiscent of the statement that Bioware issued in regards to the Mass Effect 3 ending. That's not to say that that Andromeda is suffering from the same issues - or the same sort of backlash - as ME3, just to point out the similarities in the statements.
Bioware says that it will share more of its "immediate plans" with fans on Tuesday, April 4.