Mass Effect Andromeda PC Version Will Have Fully Unlocked Framerate

PC players won’t be restricted to playing the game at just 30fps.

Posted By | On 11th, Sep. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Mass Effect Andromeda

When Mass Effect Andromeda was (finally!!!) shown off at Sony’s PlayStation Meeting event last week, it looked great- and it was also clear that the game was running at just 30 frames per second. Given that this is a game being published by EA, and not developed by DICE, there was the fear that its PC version too would have restrictions on the framerate and resolution allowed.

However, now Bioware’s developers have confirmed on Twitter that the PC version of the game will have fully unlocked framerate, and that it will not be limited to running at just 30 frames. The 30fps demonstration was for the PS4 version only, as well as to demonstrate parity between the PS4 and the PS4 Pro version. The PC version will be fully unlocked, unless the player enables V-Sync, it sounds like.

Mass Effect Andromeda is due out on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC by March 2017. It will be enhanced for the PlayStation 4 Pro.


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  • d0x360

    So bioware has a racist guy who tweets his hate all the time as a project lead on this game and now they are trying to scare pc gamers.

    It’s like they don’t want anyone to buy this on both moral and technical grounds.

    I had planned on buying it for pc but as long as Mr racist still works there tweeting about murder ea can **** off.

    • Psionicinversion

      well maybe hes cracked under the pressure of making a female assari have a errr strong jaw line. The asari used be pretty sexy what i can remeber heck even that bird with the face mask on cant remember the race was fairly nice.

  • spideynut71

    If BioWare still won’t support controllers, I can’t be bothered with this on PC ; my XB1 Elite it all I use now.

    • Paul

      I actually prefer those games with keyboard and mouse then controller, but I’ll be a bit surprised if it doesn’t have controller support, in any case, it’s easy to fix games that don’t support controllers.


 

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