Mass Effect 2 Female Face Codes ((EXCLUSIVE))
Face Codes are 36 character long codes including letters and numerals. This can be used to share a character face created in any of the Mass Effect games in the trilogy, to be transferred to the other two games.
Mass Effect 2 Female Face Codes
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.
Of course, Commander Shepard can look entirely different depending on the player. The original games let players customize their Shepard to their liking. While the Legendary Edition features two default Shepard models that players can use, they also have the ability to import their likeness from the original game(s) via face codes.
"We have determined that faces importing incorrectly is an error with how codes were detected when transferred from Mass Effect 1 into Mass Effect 2 and then on into Mass Effect 3," BioWare's Chris Priestly wrote on the game's community forum. "The Mass Effect team continues to investigate fixes for these issues and they are top priority concerns for everyone here."
There are workarounds available: the codes Priestly refers to is a long series of letters and numbers that represent the specific values of your character's face -- what colour their hair is, what shape their ears are. If you copy your code from ME2, you can painstakingly enter it into the ME3 character import tool.
Thanks in no small part to excellent voice acting by Jennifer Hale.) Now the folks at BioWare who developed the game are looking to give FemShep (as the female version of Commander Shepard is called) even more face time.