Mass Effect Andromeda News: BioWare Says The Game Will Be Supporting HDR10 And Dolby Vision

BioWare's reveal of a new trailer in CES 2017 has something to do with Mass Effect Andromeda's features, particularly about its graphics. The developer wants the players to experience the game with its new and exciting features that will add thrill to the gameplay.

At CES 2017, NVIDIA has unveiled its newest development in display technology, which is the 4K capability, 144Hz with G-sync that will be supporting HDR. According to Tweaktown, it is not a coincidence that BioWare is part of the CES 2017 because Mass Effect Andromeda will have a feature of HDR-10.

The players are excited when they heard that the graphics of one of the most anticipated games for this year will be HDR capable. The other good news is that Mass Effect Andromeda will also have a Dolby Vision. Another upgrade that will make the game more visually appealing.

The Dolby Vision is higher than HDR 10. BioWare is positive that the HDR feature of Mass Effect Andromeda will be its edge other than the story and other elements involved in the game. It is true because the settings of the game is in galaxy and it will be lame if the graphics are not well defined.

As per WCCF Tech, BioWare did not rush in developing the game because the company wants it to be flawless and at the same time has the features suited for a game set in outer space. The lead designer, Ian Frazier said that the team created the game for five years.

The players using PC are ecstatic when they heard that NVIDIA's latest upgrade is connected to Mass Effect Andromeda's newest feature. They cannot wait for the HDR experience that BioWare has been flaunting and promising to the players.

Hopefully, the HDR10 and Dolby Vision that will be supported in Mass Effect Andromeda will make the game more enjoyable. BioWare is making sure that the latest sequel will be much appreciated than the previous installments of the franchise.

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