Mass Effect: Andromeda Will Support HDR on Xbox One, PS4, PC
BioWare's RPG to make use of the visual technology that can make games look more realistic.
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BioWare has confirmed another detail about Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Studio GM Aaryn Flynn announced on Twitter (via DualShockers) that the spacefaring RPG will support high dynamic range (HDR) on both Xbox One S and PlayStation 4/PlayStation 4 Pro. HDR will also be supported on PC, he said.
HDR can deliver more vibrant and luminous games; in essence, it aims to make content look more realistic. You'll need a HDR-capable display to see the benefits.
Flynn has kept busy answering questions about Andromeda. In the past week, he also confirmed that the game will not have a Season Pass, won't be available in Arabic, and teased that the PC requirements will be announced in February.
For more on Andromeda, check out all of GameSpot's previous coverage here.