Anyone who has or hasn't played BioWare's latest title (so basically everyone) will have heard this across the Internet or through word of mouth by now. It's been said by reviewers, people who have played the game, and probably by people who haven't. The horse has been thumped, blown up, stretched through a mangle -- you name it. BioWare is (we hope) hard at work in resolving issues like this, but some of us who are finished with the game may already be looking forward to a potential sequel.
Andromeda itself is a self-contained story. It's a brand new chapter for the saga that works on its own, while also linking itself to the trilogy. While BioWare has stated this fact, the possibility of future games in the new setting hasn't necessarily been ruled out. There is a huge amount of potential for a sequel if BioWare decided to definitely make one.
With that in mind, what are the things that players want to see? How can BioWare improve on Mass Effect: Andromeda and provide a sequel that will rekindle the fans' love for the developer? Here are eight things that we want to see in an Andromeda sequel.