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In BioWare chief Casey Hudson ends a cool little N7 Day video showcasing what the day and series means to people with, "It means coming to the studio every day, dreaming about what the next great Mass Effect game will be." N7 of course being in reference to November 7 and its importance of N7 in the Mass Effect universe. But, it's good to know that the series isn't done.

And to celebrate N7 day BioWare has released an Xbox One X patch for Mass Effect Andromeda that ups the resolution and adds HDR lighting.



Which is what it had at launch on PS4 Pro. Now what would have been awesome was Xbox One X 4K support for the original Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 via backwards compatibility. Or, word that the original trilogy was getting the remaster treatment.



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