The launch for Mass Effect Andromeda is getting closer and fans of the franchise are excited about the game. While we already know that Mass Effect Andromeda will support PlayStation 4 Pro at launch and will run in some form of 4K but a report suggests that the game will also support a 1080p display mode.
The report comes from the industry insider, shinobi602, that suggests Mass Effect Andromeda will “also have a high visuals 1080p mode”. This means the game will have better detail and effects and probably will run at 60 FPS.
Shinobi602 also revealed that Mass Effect Andromeda will have unique landing and exit sequences for each planet.
As the game will be supporting PS4 Pro so it is natural that gamers are wondering will it also support the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio. According to game director, Mac Walters, the game could come to the console one day.
Because our Spring release date, I’m not sure exactly what we’re going to be able to support at that time, but we have a strong service plan for Mass Effect Andromeda that will continue even after the release date. If we do a Game of the Year edition, or a brand new edition or something like that, that’s something we’d definitely consider looking at, for sure.
Bioware has also revealed that Mass Effect Andromeda multiplayer will have an impact on the singleplayer but it will not have any effect on the main story.
There’s a system that we use called the Strike Team system, and fundamentally it allows you to go between singleplayer and multiplayer within the game. And it’s packaged around a meta-story of what’s going on in Helios.
Mass Effect Andromeda is an upcoming action-adventure RPG in development at Bioware and will launch on March 21, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.