Mass Effect Andromeda will have support for 4K and HDR on PC

After knowing the release date for Mass Effect: Andromeda, many lost their heads, however, it is time to return to the ground and details on the anticipated title. This time, BioWare announced that the PC version will have support for 4K and HDR.

Under the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, Aaryn Flynn, General Manager of BioWare, mentioned what many already assumed, and is that 4K resolution and HDR will not be exclusive to consoles, but it will also be available on PC. And if that was not enough, it was confirmed that the Ultra-Wide (21:9) aspect will also arrive for the computer version. Also, the developer on NeoGAF detailed resolutions of the game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

This information came in response to questions asked by fans through Twiiter.

Regarding the game system, Flynn talked about dynamic profiles, a feature that will allow you to change your character’s class settings in real time. We also know that your team-mates will interact with each other and that the subtitles will indicate who is speaking to you.

Remember that this week we saw a new trailer with gameplay of Mass Effect: Andromeda. In addition, we witnessed a funny video made by the actors who gave voice to the Ryder brothers.

Mass Effect: Andromeda will debut on March 21 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Get more details in the interview Nvidia did with Flynn below.