Mass Effect Legendary Edition, an upgraded remastered package for the first three Mass Effect games and (almost) all of the DLC, will arrive on May 14th.However, it looks like we already know what’s coming in the update. The first day of the game: performance tweaks, lighting improvements, and “Miscellaneous Editing” that is quite vague.
First spotted by Twisted Voxel, Mass Effect Legendary Edition’s 1.1 patch has been released on PlayStation servers on the Orbis Updates page.The patches are 11.8 GB in size and include a surprisingly different set of changes for a one-day patch.
The slightly sparse patch notes reveal a few tweaks to make the game work better. This includes stability improvements, bug fixes to prevent interruptions and lighting improvements. Finally, the editor also brings the benefit of Ambient Obscure, a graphical feature that increases the realism of shadows and lighting.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be playable on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, and PC, although there is no specific PS5 or Xbox Series X | S version yet. You can pre-order the Mass Effect Legendary Edition now, and you can now grab the game for $ 10 at the Newegg Legendary Edition, bringing a broad graphic overhaul to the series, and it also improves a number of combat and gameplay. To make the mechanics more consistent and modern in the game.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition Patch 1.1 Notes:
- Improve efficiency
- Improve stability and fix crashes.
- Improving Ambient Occlusion (AO)
- Lighting improvements – both visual and performance related.
- Edit miscellaneous content
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