Mass Effect Legendary Edition will alter camera angles for butt shots

BioWare revealed the release date and brand-new information for the much-anticipated Mass Impact Legendary Edition today. While the most significant updates in the remaster to the series are cosmetic, one particular modification stimulated the interest (and ire) of fans. The remaster will modify cam cuts that concentrate on characters’ butts.

In an interview with City UK, Mass Impact Legendary Edition task director Mac Walters stated BioWare reevaluated how they depicted characters like Miranda in the remaster.

“[Character and environment director] Kevin [Meek] actually called out some camera cuts that were just… why was that focusing on Miranda’s butt?” Walters stated. “So in some cases we said, ‘Okay, we can make a change there.’” Walters showed that there weren’t modifications to particular character designs, however rather updates to where cams were angled.

Maybe the most popular circumstances of Mass Impact’s doubtful cam angles is a scene from Mass Impact 2 where she’s speaking with Leader Shepard about saving her household, and rather of concentrating on either of their faces, the cam focuses mainly on Miranda’s ass.

Individuals on Twitter and Reddit currently discovered the modifications and are voicing their assistance (or difference) with the choice.

Likewise individuals took on the chance to make butt jokes.

While some individuals online got developed about the changes, the changes will not be altering anything huge, like including brand-new downloadable material or an altering Mass Impact 3’s questionable ending. The collection will significantly not consist of the fan-favorite Peak Station DLC.

If you wish to see the level of the modifications, make certain to take a look at Mass Impact Legendary Edition when it shows up on May 14. The video game will be launched for PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One, and will be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X through backwards compatibility.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.