Mass Effect: Andromeda -- No Crossplay, PC Version Has Uncapped Frame Rate
Even more details confirmed about the upcoming RPG.
With Mass Effect: Andromeda's release coming up in March, BioWare continues to reveal new information about the spacefaring RPG. A number of BioWare developers sounded off on the game in recent days on Twitter and DualShockers has a roundup of what was said.
One of the notable responses was from producer Fernando Melo, who confirmed that there won't be cross-play support for the game's multiplayer mode. He also confirmed that Andromeda's multiplayer will be peer-to-peer, as was the case with Mass Effect 3.
DualShockers also reports that BioWare confirmed that Andromeda's PC version will have an uncapped frame rate, which is a nice option to have for those who want it. This is not a big surprise, as BioWare GM Aaryn Flynn said the PC version would have an uncapped frame rate earlier this month on NeoGAF.
Go to DualShockers to see a full rundown of what BioWare recently said about Andromeda, including details on romance options and more.
Andromeda launches on March 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Earlier this week, BioWare released a new cinematic trailer that showed off some of the teammate characters and the bad guy, Archon--watch it here. For more on the trailer and another new one, check out the story below.
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