Mass Effect Legendary Edition, which packs upgraded remasters of the first three Mass Effect games, as well as (almost) all DLC, comes on May 14th. However, it seems that we already know what lies ahead in the first update of the game: performance tweaks, lighting improvements and rather vague “various content adjustments”.
First spotted by Twisted Voxel, Mass Effect Legendary Edition Patch 1.1 has now been released live on PlayStation servers. On the Orbis Patches update page, it is available at 11.8 GB and brings with it a set of changes that aren’t too surprising for a day patch.
The patch notes, which are quite scarce, reveal a few tweaks to make the game better. These include stability improvements, bug fixes to prevent crashes, and lighting improvements. Finally, the patch also has the benefits of ambient occlusion, a graphic 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 version of PS5 or Xbox Series X yet S. You can now order Mass Effect Legendary Edition and you can now get the game for a $ 1
Legendary edition patch for Mass Effect 1.1 Notes:
- Improves productivity
- Improves stability and corrects failures
- Environmental occlusion (AO) improvements
- Lighting improvements – both visual and performance-related
- Corrections to various content
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