‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Producer Says Quick Save Feature For Game Could Come

By Allan , Updated Mar 21, 2017 07:22 AM EDT
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Lucky players who were able to try "Mass Effect: Andromeda" early have voiced out their concerns about the game. Many are not very happy with the absence of the quick save feature.
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As of today, selected number of players were able to have an early try of “Mass Effect: Andromeda” and an issue about the non-existent quick save feature has been raised. Members of Origin and EA Early Access had the privilege to try the game before its worldwide release so they have shared the things they like and don’t like about the game. For that reason, producer Michael Gamble says the quick save feature is now being considered to be added in the future.

According to Gamerant, Gamble has already confirmed the possibility of adding the said feature in the game but not on the day of its official release. Many players with early access were actually surprised the feature isn’t already included in the game by default. Quick save feature is supposed to be a part of every video game, not to add that this feature is already present in the previous installments of “Mass Effect”. Moreover, examining the tweet posted by Gamble doesn’t really assure players that the feature will definitely come in the future. He only said that BioWare is already looking into it.

Nevertheless, fans are still hopeful that the quick save feature will be added sometime in the future. Based on the posts published in Game FAQs, many players are disappointed in the absence of the feature and they are hoping it will be fixed by the game’s developers soon. Some players have also suggested other ways or the quickest alternative save fast in the game. Although it's still not as fast as a one button push, it’s the next best thing.

“Mass Effect: Andromeda” is a game developed by BioWare under Electronic Arts. It will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows on March 21, 2017, in the U.S. and March 23 in Europe.

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