As we reported a few days ago, Mass Effect Legendary Edition has been the victim of a new wave of review bombing, a phenomenon that is now quite widespread within the gaming industry.
It was Russian users in particular who complained about the lack of a setting that would allow the first chapter of the trilogy to be played in two separate languages, one for dubbing and the other for subtitles. The gap was also pointed out by Portuguese, Brazilian and Polish players, and the community had already found an unofficial method to get around the problem on Origin and Steam. However, it seems that BioWare did not remain idle once the problem was established.
According to what was recently revealed by the community manager EA_Cekiel, the Canadian software house will soon distribute a new patch for Mass Effect Legendary Edition thanks to which several improvements will be introduced for the trilogy, including the ability to listen to the dialogues in English and set the subtitle language to your liking, without any restrictions linked to the regions. At the moment there are no more specific details regarding the update, and we just have to wait for an official statement from BioWare.
If you haven’t already, we recommend that you catch up on our Mass Effect Legendary Edition review.