A lot of people have been looking forward to the release of the latest in the Mass Effect series for a long time now, call Mass Effect: Andromeda, it is easily one of the most-anticipated games of 2017.
But that wait is going to last a little longer, with a couple of weeks left until its launch.
However, we have received an early look at the game thanks to some new images of the game, courtesy of Nvidia, who have released a few screens of the game in 4K HDR.
In the game, there will be a total of 16 graphics settings to choose from to personalise your experience, including 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 and Vegetation Quality. You can also enable HDR if you have the equipment for it.
That all said, Nvidia is recommending some pretty impressive specs to get this kind of quality.
At minimum spec with 720p resolution, they recommend an Intel Core i5-3570 or AMD FX 6350 processor, with 8GB of RAM, and either a GeForce GTX 660 GOU or a Radeon 7850.
They recommend that you up that for at least 1080p play, with an Intel Core i7-4790 or an AMD FX 8350 processor, with 16GB of RAM, and at least a GeForce GTX 1060 with 3GB, a GeForce GTX 970, or a Radeon 480.
Of course, if you want to game at 4K HDR, you are going to need a lot more than that, sadly, they didn’t specify those details.
Mass Effect: Andromeda goes on general sale on March 21 in the US, and March 23 in Europe. It will also be available to EA Access subscribers as part of the subscription on March 16th with a 10-hour trial.