The new patch of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition finally allows to change the language of the dialogues and voices to the original (English), after the complaints from Russia players who considered that the dubbing in their language was not up to par. However, when they tried to play in English with Russian subtitles, they realized that it was not possible.
The worst thing about it is that this was already possible in the original installments, so this remaster took a step back in some respects. Along with this addition come various fixes of visual bugs, although there is not a single mention of the bug that allows you to “feed” points of rebellion or virtue to your liking, a bug that has been present in Mass Effect 1 since 2007.
It should also be noted that several trophies were impossible to obtain due to a bug in the count of deaths caused, so now it is possible to complete the game 100%. For their part, PC users are the best off with this patch as “stability and performance improvements” have been introduced in various hardware combinations.
There were also specific changes for each title, Mass Effect 1 basically fixed visual bugs and reduced the volume of the loading screens on the mass relay. Also, you will no longer be able to carry more than 100,000 credits from ME 1 to ME 2, so you won’t be able to be that millionaire when you start the game in the sequel. For its part, ME 3 only had a couple of minor fixes related to visual bugs.
You can see the full patch notes by visiting this link. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, although they can be played next gen via backward compatibility without graphical enhancements.