Mass Effect Andromeda releases among some exceptional games such as Resident Evil 7, For Honor, Watch Dogs 2, Horizon Zero Dawn and many more games that have been able to hold on to there ground among passionate gamers.
Having a look at the success of the previous Mass Effect titles, the new installment “Mass Effect Andromeda” was highly anticipated among gamers, but unfortunately it didn’t seem to be a huge success as everyone thought it to be, right from the launch of Mass Effect Andromeda , people faced various issues within the game, including some funny in game character facial expression issues. But believe me i liked those glitches. Maybe because the characters were smiling more rather than having a depressed or angry look in there faces, as is the case with many other titles.
It may be because, we gamers are connected to the game characters and their emotions and that happy face gave me some hope and courage to carry on with the game storyline, But don’t worry now, the face and animations are totally fixed with the new patch update.
GAMEPLAY AND STORY
By now you might be very familiar with Mass Effect Andromeda Storyline and plot. A war between worlds, Aliens, Extra-terrestrial elements, new and hostile Environments and many more.
The story is very simple, all you need to do is find a safe place for habitation of the many people you brought with you in your ship in a cryo state. you have to fight aliens, reveal alien (REMNANT) Tech, make decisions that kinda affects the storyline (only a bit).
That being said, PS4 Pro users and high end PC users can enjoy the full potential of the Frostbite 3 engine. The graphical horsepower needed to max out every setting on a PC is quite high and as with my GTX 1070 i was able to get some stable 60fps gaming only at FHD Resolutions and as soon as i bump the resolution to 4K with HDR enabled and combined with the input lag of my LG 4K HDR TV, the game becomes pretty unplayable at the max settings, thats when i knew i had to lower the setting a bit to get some 40-ish fps.
All Said and Done you will definitely need a powerful GPU to get some decent fps and image quality like a GTX 660 or people with new rigs a GTX 960 to play at mid-high settings at FHD. But I have to say, the HDR on this thing looks stunning, the in-game environment becomes real life like with HDR.