Some camera angles in Mass Effect haven’t aged very well, according to BioWare. Therefore, they will be adapted in the upcoming Legendary Edition.
BioWare adjusts ‘unflattering’ camera angles in Mass Effect: Legendary Edition. Mac Walters tells this in an interview with Metro.
Walters says BioWare has tweaked a few things to bring the female version of protagonist Shepard into line with the male version. For example, faces have been subtly adjusted and some animations have been changed.
“As far as the animations are concerned, we couldn’t adjust that too much, but there are times when you can change the camera so that players don’t focus on it. the camera is low. If you wear a skirt like the feminine version, it looks rather unflattering. “
Walters also says that some camera angles have been adjusted that, for example, focus on the buttocks of characters like Miranda. “In some cases we said, okay, we can make an adjustment here.”
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a collection of remasters for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with “additional improvements” for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S. The game will be released on May 14th.