Bioware Confirms Mass Effect Andromeda Controller Support Along With HDR
Bioware just keeps on revealing new details about the upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda. Now the developers have confirmed the Mass Effect Andromeda controller support for PC and much more.
Bioware’s Aaryn Flynn confirmed Mass Effect Andromeda controller support for the PC version of the game through his Twitter account . It is a good thing for those who like to play games with their controller instead of keyboard and mouse.
Producer Michael Gamble also confirmed that Bioware is currently looking for the game to support 21:9 aspect ratio and also admitted that this is subject to change.
— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) December 4, 2016
Aaryn Flynn also confirmed that the game will support HDR, however, given the state of HDR on PC it is unlikely he confirmed it for the PC version.
Recently, Creative director Mac Walters revealed that by the end of the game he wants players to be satisfied that the story has ended.
At the end of this, we want it to feel like a story has [been] completed. Yes, for the universe, there’s much more you could explore, and we want to tease that, but it feels like its own story. It’s like, ‘Great. I had my Ryder sibling becoming-a-hero story.
He further added that he wants players to do more than just shoot their way out of the situation. He said that devs want players to be explorers and adventurers.
Also, Bioware has confirmed that not all alien races featured in the previous games will be featured in Mass Effect Andromeda.
Mass Effect Andromeda is an open-world action adventure game in development at Bioware for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.