The newly released Mass Effect Legendary Edition may well be the best way to play the iconic sci fi RPG games, but players have run into some technical issues while adventuring with Shepard and the gang. A patch is out now that addresses some of the bugs, glitches, and performance drops that have cropped up since launch, which should reduce a few space headaches.
The 7 June Update includes some overall fixes, plus a few targeted at specific games in the remastered series. The patch resolves a few language issues and adds in some needed options – for instance, now you can select English for spoken dialogue independently from the language used for subtitles, and the bug that stopped English dialogue from playing during the Citadel DLC in Mass Effect 3’s German and Italian localisations has been fixed.
PC players who have non-standard characters in their operating system username should now be able to launch the game normally, and everyone should see better PC performance throughout, and specifically in chuggy areas like Virmire. EA and BioWare say they’ve also made some “minor calibrations and fixes” that should address a few notable crashes.