Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will correct inappropriate camera angles
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition will allow players to return to the fantastic original trilogy of the series with visual improvements thanks to the power of modern consoles. Just as time has passed on the graphics of the game, it has also done it on the way of thinking of society and this will be reflected in this reissue, apart from the fact that it was revealed that it will need 1 DLC.
BioWare recently shared more details about the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and something that was just announced is that this edition will include some adjustments to the camera that in the original installments focused on Miranda Lawson’s butt for no reason and that currently could be considered inappropriate.
“I think a lot of things have evolved since [the original games]. I wouldn’t say we were ultra-concerned about that or something, but there were some considerations. Kevin [Meek, Character and Environment Director] actually pointed out several camera cuts that were just… why was he focusing on Miranda’s butt? So in some cases we said, ‘Okay, we can make a change there,’ “said Mac Walters, project manager, in an interview with Metro.