There will be plenty of Face Codes available once the player community will start sharing them for free. If you want to find your face codes from original games then you can copy them from the left-hand side of the Squad Menu. Once we have interesting face codes we will be making an article to share with everyone.
How do I get a face code for Mass Effect 2?
Start a new game in ME2 and, when the option appears, select Import ME1 Character. The ME1 Shep of your choice will be imported into ME2’s character customisation screen, and the game will generate an Identity Code for them.
Can you change your face in Mass Effect Legendary?
There is no way to change your look once you step in game. All decisions made during character creation are permanent. There was an unofficial save editor for Mass Effect 2 that allowed you to change your face, so if you wait a while (or search hard enough) you should be able to find something similar.
Can I change Shepard’s face?
If you are just starting your new game, you have the option to customize your Shepard’s face. If you import the default Shepard’s face or even just highlight the option of default then go down one (to Customize Face) that face will be the present. From there you can do whatever you like.
Can you change your face in me3?
Open the character with the face you want to change, go to “Player”, then “Appearance”, then click “Import head morph”. Load the file you saved before. Save the changed character to a new savegame. Resume the game.
Will there be a mass effect 5?
Mass Effect 5 — what to play while you wait
The Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a remastered version of the original Mass Effect trilogy, along with all the DLC and other content bundled in. And it’ll be released in Spring 2021.
Can I customize my character in Mass Effect 1?
Character Creation for Mass Effect allows players to fully customize their hero. In creating your character, you will be given the opportunity to choose your Pre-service History (Origin), Psychological Profile (Reputation), Military Specialization (Class) and the appearance of your character.