Mass Effect Legendary Edition releases on May 14th and like most games, it will receive a day-1 update. According to its changelog (which is currently available on the Playstation servers), this day-1 patch will be 11GB in size.
Now my guess is that this patch will be automatically applied to the game. Thus, PC gamers won’t have to download a separate file. After all, this is exactly what’s been happening with all day-1 patches.
Going into slightly more details, this day-1 update will improve performance and the game’s Ambient Occlusion effects. It will also bring stability and lighting improvements. Furthermore, it will fix some crashes, and will pack some miscellaneous content fixes.
As said, Mass Effect Legendary Edition releases on May 14th. NVIDIA has also released a new driver for Mass Effect Legendary Edition that you can download from here.
Stay tuned for more!
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