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Mass Effect: Andromeda PC version not “fucked up” says Producer

Mass Effect: Andromeda PC version not “fucked up” says Producer

As Mass Effect: Andromeda starts to reach reviewers, Producer Michael Gamble is here to reassure PC gamers.

First of all, Gamble stresses that the game is not a “port” for the PC saying, “it’s not a port and it’s not fucked up” in response from someone hoping they don’t fuck up the PC port. Let’s hope he’s right.

With regards to getting the game running at a gazillion frames per second, according to Gamble, a 1080 Ti will run the game at 60+FPS at 4k. Well, we should hope so because it’s not exactly a cheap GPU.

Here at PC Invasion we like to give developers the benefit of the doubt when it comes to PC versions but watch out for our tech review, it’s only then we’ll know it’s “not fucked up” and it’s not a port.

Based on the fact there’s a huge amount invested in Mass Effect: Andromeda, we would hope EA has made sure the PC version is top-notch.



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Comments

  • KC

    I suppose we’ll see. Not pre-ordering tho (obviously) so nothing to lose

  • Lazerbeak

    they coded from the start for the PC? find it hard to believe, it wouldn’t make financial sense to have completely separate projects for PC and XBOX, since the xbox is basically a dumbed down PC

  • Lazerbeak

    there’s no reason a port cant be good it just needs work to make sure its properly optimised

  • Yosharian

    Message received. Looking forward to seeing how fucked up the PC port is.

  • Hussain Ali

    PC-first approach always works out in the longer run. Look at Shadow of Mordor. PC version was developed first in-house and then optimized for a variety of consoles. Conversely, we have the Arkham Knight debacle, which was just sad. Very sad.

    Let’s give Bioware benefit of the doubt since they are generally very good with PC development. And also not forget that these guys were basically PC powerhouse before EA acquisition. Their game engine was what gave birth to a monumental series, known today as The Witcher.

    • Ossi Hurme

      Though Inquisition was such a mess both technically and game as a whole that I’m gonna be really careful with this one.