Even though Mako has been upgraded in the Legend of Mass Effect, you can still revert to the old way of handling as needed.
According to BioWare, the software recently talked to PC Gamer about the Mass Effect Legend.
As you know, the M-35 Magic Sword has been updated to handle better than before, and its light and elasticity will be reduced. Through the update, the vehicle feels heavier and coasts less.
However, according to project director Mac Walters and environmental director Kevin Meek, if you prefer the old Mako approach, you can turn off these improvements.
“For those who like pain, if you want, we also retain the option to bring it closer to the original controls,” Meek said.
Walters said: “You will never be able to reach a consensus, whether someone likes it or someone hates it. We often emphasize this in marketing, but it’s lighter than I think some people think. Optional control options Is optional, so you can drag and drop back and forth.”
Meek said: “Playing Mako today instead of the original Mako, especially on PC, is like day and night.” “After encountering thresher plastic or trying to climb mountains, I don’t want to hit the keyboard and mouse.”
Other changes made to Mako include improved camera control, the ability to accurately aim at smaller angles, the shield can be charged faster, and new thrusters have been added to increase speed.
Its cooldown is separate from the combat power and XP penalty of the jumping jet, and it has been removed in Mako.
Similarly, touching lava no longer causes immediate mission failure, but instead causes damage over time.
“Mass Effect Legend Edition” will be released on May 14. To learn more about the arrival of May, check out Alex’s full preview. He also prepared a side-by-side comparison of classic music and remade music.
It can be used on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Through backward compatibility, the collection can also be played on PS5 and Xbox series X/S.
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