Bioware to fix Mass Effect 3 Face Import bug early next week
Bioware has confirmed that it would roll out a long-awaited face import fix for Mass Effect 3.
Longstanding fans of Mass Effect series have been complaining about a bug that slays any Shepard created back in the original Mass Effect. While some opted for either the male or female default model, many others are waiting for a fix.
The developer yesterday promised that it would release a fix to eliminate the bug, alongside a free multiplayer Resurgence Pack that would bring new characters, weapons and maps.
PC copies will receive the fix on 9th of April, while consoles will get it a day later- on 10th of April.
Separately, publisher Electronic Arts (EA) has announced a new free DLC pack that will expand events at the end of Mass Effect 3.
Executive Producer Casey Hudson, of the Mass Effect series, said, "We have reprioritized our post-launch development efforts to provide the fans who want more closure with even more context and clarity to the ending of the game, in a way that will feel more personalized for each player.”
Mass Effect 3 received a very warm welcome when it was released, with 890,000 copies sold within first twenty-four hours.