Mass Effect: Legendary Edition: Day One Update is coming, it's inside

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition: Day One Update is coming, it's inside

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The time has come on May 14th, when the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will be available for purchase, in which you will experience the well-known trilogy of Bioware completely renewed. Before doing this, you need to download a day one patch.

Day one update for the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition brings optimizations

The patch with version number 1.01 should be included in the Version for PS4 will be 11.8 GB in size. How this size turns out on the other platforms is not yet known. The update includes some important changes that will help you enjoy Mass Effect: Legendary Edition better. These include:

Improved performance - the game should run more smoothly Stability optimization - there should be fewer crashes Improved ambient occlusion to improve the shading General improvements to the lighting, which have an impact on both appearance and performance A number of fixes to the content Before you can get started with the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition (buy now € 69.99 / € 53.99), you have to download an 11.8 GB update. Nowadays this is almost normal. There are hardly any games that can do without an update to the release. After all, the developers continue to work between the completion of the gold master and the release and take care of optimizations and bug fixes, which are then published as a day-one patch. 11.8 GB are not necessarily small now, but there have already been significantly larger updates, especially for Call of Duty Warzone.

Now all you have to do is be patient until May 14th, when you wants to relive the adventures of Commander Shepard.

Source: WCCFTech

History Of Mass Effect (Updated For 2021)

Few video game franchises are as revered as BioWare's Mass Effect. When the first game launched in 2007 for the Xbox 360, players were taken aback by this bold new sci-fi universe, which was filled to the brim with choice and consequence, intriguing characters, intergalactic politics, and of course, romance. Over the years, it's certainly had its ups and downs, from the iconic Suicide Mission in Mass Effect 2 to the divisive ending of Mass Effect 3.

With the impending launch of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition—a remaster of the original trilogy—we thought it was time to revisit our look back at the franchise, made before the release of Andromeda, and modernize it too. We've updated the video to include the fallout from Andromeda, the existence of the Legendary Edition, and the announcement of a brand new Mass Effect, which BioWare is currently working on.

For more Mass Effect, including an in-depth look at the creation of the Suicide Mission from BioWare's Mac Walters, make sure to like this video and subscribe to GameSpot at Mass Effect Legendary Edition launches on May 14 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.