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.

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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.

Last week, BioWare announced Andromeda's release date, confirming it will launch on March 21 in North America. The game will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

For more on Andromeda, check out all of GameSpot's previous coverage here.

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