Published On: Mon, Dec 19th, 2016

Mass Effect Andromeda Team Has No Plans For Project Scorpio Support; Producer Discusses Current Gen Enhancements

It’s been a while given a recover of Mass Effect 3, though shortly enough, fans of a array grown by BioWare will be means to knowledge a code new Mass Effect Andromeda, now in growth for PC and consoles. With a new console on a horizon, Microsoft’s Project Scorpio, it seems protected to assume that BioWare’s subsequent large role-playing diversion will support a new hardware, though that doesn’t seem to be a case, during slightest for a time being.

Speaking with Stevivor, Mass Effect Andromeda writer Michael Gamble has been asked about support for PlayStation 4 and Project Scorpio, divulgence that there are no skeleton for Microsoft’s arriving console right now. Still, a doorway hasn’t been sealed completely, so we will really hear some-more about a matter in a future.

For Scorpio, we have positively no skeleton right now. You never know what’ll occur after that.

Speaking about arriving consoles, Gamble also reliable that there are no skeleton for a Mass Effect Andromeda Switch release. Like for a Scorpio release, a doorway isn’t totally closed.

Yeah, not right now, no. We’re not formulation on it. If a Switch launches and everyone’s only yammering for Mass Effect, who knows.

We never wish to tighten doors like that.

During a same interview, Michael Gamble also talked about current-gen enhancements that will be found in Mass Effect Andromeda. Thanks to a capabilities of stream consoles, a group was means to raise a universe map and emanate copiousness of other things that really sound good on paper.

It allows us to do extraordinary visitor worlds with dual suns, and uncanny blue moons, and all sorts of cold stuff. Yeah, we mean, hopefully when we guys play, you’ll agree.

Mass Effect Andromeda launches subsequent year in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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