Mass Effect Andromeda PS4 Pro Will Have High Visuals 1080p Mode And Unique Tempest Sequences – Insider

Tempest landing and exit sequences unique for each planet.

Posted By | On 17th, Jan. 2017 Under News, Rumors

Industry insider shinobi602 is back at it again on NeoGAF, sharing new information on Bioware’s Mass Effect: Andromeda that’s out in March.

When it comes to the PS4 Pro version of the game, we already know it will run in some form of 4K come launch. However, according to shinobi602, “It’ll also have a high visuals 1080p mode.” That basically means improved visual effects and better details along with a hopefully better frame rate on 1080p screens.

One user pointed to a GIF of the Tempest, the new player ship, heading towards a planet and commented that this would be the loading screen when landing. Shinobi602 clarified that there would be unique landing and exit sequences for each planet, perhaps meaning different camera angles and occurrences while landing.

Mass Effect: Andromeda arrives on March 21st for Xbox One, PS4 and PC in North America and March 23rd in Europe. What are your thoughts on the game thus far? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Spencer

    Frame rate was confirmed to be 30fps across the board on both PS4 consoles. Glad to hear about the high visuals mode at 1080p though. Playing the game at native 1080p with high-ultra settings sounds great

  • Terminator

    It can’t do 4K? So much for the Pro.

    • reallydude?

      What are you talking about? In such a small article it is impossible to miss the THIRD LINE: “When it comes to the PS4 Pro version of the game, we already know it will run in some form of 4K come launch.”

    • Terminator

      Some form isn’t native 4k

    • Franco Rossel

      It does upscaled 4K. Not real 4K, but it’s something.

  • Pantz

    If they have any sense, they’ll give us a high frame rate option. Rise of the Tomb Raider has it, Nioh is going to have it, no reason why Mass Effect Andromeda shouldn’t have it.


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