Mass Effect Andromeda Animations Spark Controversy, BioWare Responds

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Just like any other game that was highly-anticipated, however, flaws about its final iteration were spotted by gamers. Mass Effect: Andromeda will not be receiving changes made to its character models and animation despite fans negative reception so far. "This means that much like in ME3MP, the most efficient way to max out your multiplayer arsenal is to max out common items with basic packs first, so there's less bloat in the drop table when you're buying 100000 credit packs".

Although, EA has denied her position as the Lead Animator.

Whether the facial animations are bad or not in Mass Effect Andromeda, people should never personally attack individuals for their work on a certain game.

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The torrent of abuse from online trolls ultimately forced Leost to shut down some of her social media pages.

"We respect the opinions of our players and community and welcome feedback on our games". The harassment appears to have been primarily triggered by a vile blog post at Ralph Retort, a right-wing, GamerGate-tied website, that claimed Leost was the lead facial animator on Andromeda. They said that she was Misidentified as being the lead animator of the game's development team, and Bioware's Aaryn Flynn has issued a statement that she (Allie Rose-Marie) is not an EA employee anymore. While so does have some background in art, there's zilch on her résumé when it comes to, ya know, making video games. Back in 2012, the developer was caught in the middle of the controversy surrounding Jennifer Hepler, who served as a writer for Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II and Star Wars: The Old Republic.

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