Mass Effect: Andromeda and Nvidia would like you to look at these pictures

Nvidia posted some gorgeous screens from the upcoming BioWare game, Mass Effect: Andromeda. We also want to share with you these mouthwateringly juicy 4k photos. In case you were wondering whether you can run this properly, we got you covered.

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Peebee Information in Mass Effect Andromeda
“Where to find all the credits needed for 4k60 gaming?”

PC players with strong enough rigs will enjoy some beautiful graphics indeed, but the game will still be playable in much lower resolutions. In order to make things work, you will be in need of some tinkering. There are 16 menus for graphics options currently, but be advised that this might change before the release of the game:

  • Film Grain
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Resolution Scale Mode
  • Texture Quality
  • Anti-Aliasing
  • Ambient Occlusion
  • Post Process Quality
  • Texture Filtering
  • Lighting Quality
  • Shadows Quality
  • Effects Quality
  • Mesh Quality
  • Shader Quality
  • Terrain Quality
  • Vegetation Quality

Mass Effect:Andromeda is nearing its launch day, March 21, 2017. The amount of information coming in about the game on daily basis is almost overwhelming. There are the Andromeda Initiative videos which allow you to get a nice in-game helmet. There are the gameplay videos, from those covering game mechanics to loyalty missions. We know for certain that post-game exploration will be possible after the main story is finished. We even know that the game will feature “full nudity” instead of “partial nudity”. In the wake of Conan Exiles endowment weirdness, this is somehow fitting.

The game will be out on PC, PS4 and PS4 Pro, as well as Xbox One. The game will probably be updated or released for Scorpio at a time of its launch.

Saving the best for last, enjoy the images captured with Nvidia’s Ansel screenshot tool, using the Free Camera and Super Resolution options so that is something to think about. On the other hand, these pictures have not been processed additionally, nor Photoshopped.