Posted on Friday, March 23rd, 2012 at 8:28 PM by Guest
Months before Mass Effect 3 was even released, everyone scattered back into their gaming collections and blew the dust off of their copies of Mass Effect 1 and 2 to have a final playthrough of them before the third installment was released. Mass Effect 3 offered players the option of importing their Shepard from Mass Effect 1 and 2 into the third game. This was fine in theory but in practise, Shepards face was lost in the transaction.
Bioware have announced that the next update for the game will fix this issue.”We have fixed the issue of faces not correctly importing into Mass Effect 3. It will be included as part of the next Mass Effect 3 patch,” BioWare’s Chris Priestly confirmed on the official forum. No word on when this is due to hit our consoles, check back to Zero1Gaming.com for the release date for this update to be announced.
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