New Mass Effect: Andromeda 4K Screens, PC Details Revealed

BioWare's spacefaring RPG is almost here.

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Now Playing: GS News Update: Mass Effect: Andromeda PC Graphics Settings Revealed

With Mass Effect: Andromeda's release coming up soon, more details about its PC version have been announced while new 4K screenshots are now available.

The images that you can see in the gallery linked below were captured at "max settings" at 4K using Nvidia Ansel. No post-processing was used, Nvidia said.

As announced by Nvidia today, there are a total of 16 options that affect image quality that Andromeda players on PC can make use of. Options will be available for the following:

  • Ambient Occlusion
  • Anti-Aliasing
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Effects Quality
  • Film Grain
  • Lighting Quality
  • Mesh Quality
  • Post-Process Effect Quality
  • Resolution Scaling
  • Shader Quality
  • Shadow Quality
  • Terrain Quality
  • Texture Filtering Quality
  • Texture Quality
  • Vegetation Quality

You can see work-in-progress captures of Andromeda's graphics menus in the gallery below. For more on the game's PC version, take a look at the game's PC specifications here.

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Andromeda launches on March 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A free trial for the game will be available through the EA/Origin Access programs on Xbox One and PC starting on March 16. This 10-hour trial lets players test multiplayer and single-player, though the campaign component is locked to a set number of missions.

In other news, BioWare has announced that Andromeda's multiplayer DLC maps will be free, just like they were in Mass Effect 3.

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