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Bioware producer claims that Mass Effect Andromeda will play at 4K 60FPS+ on a GTX 1080Ti

Bioware producer claims that Mass Effect Andromeda will play at 4K 60FPS+ on a GTX 1080Ti

Bioware producer claims that Mass Effect Andromeda will play at 4K 60FPS+ on a GTX 1080Ti

Bioware claims that Mass Effect Andromeda will play at 4K 60FPS+ on a GTX 1080Ti

 
When it comes to PC, gamers expect to hit certain performance milestones in games, with one of the most frequently asked questions when being, "can (insert new game here) run at 60FPS on my PC?". Recently EA released a chart which stated that PC gamers would require a GTX 1060 or RX 480 to play Mass Effect Andromeda at 1080p 30FPS
 
Recently EA released a chart which stated that PC gamers would require a GTX 1060 or RX 480 to play Mass Effect Andromeda at 1080p 30FPS, leaving many to assume that the game is overly demanding or suffers from performance issues on the platform. 
 
Since then EA has clarified that these FPS targets are minimums, with the game being expected to run well above these framerates in all but the most demanding of in-game scenarios, with producer Michael Gamble now stating that Nvidia's new GTX 1080Ti will be able to handle 4K 60+FPS gameplay at Ultra settings.  
  
This is a good sign for the game's final release, hopefully meaning that most PC gamers will be able to play this new title with steady framerates on modern hardware. 

  

Bioware producer claims that Mass Effect Andromeda will play at 4K 60FPS+ on a GTX 1080Ti

 

It has also been confirmed that the game will be receiving a 2GB day-0 patch when the early access version of the game releases on Origin access on March 16th, which hopefully alongside game-ready/optimised driver from AMD and Nvidia will deliver great performance when the game officially releases. 

 

You can join the discussion on Mass Effect Andromeda's performance on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-03-2017, 10:40:10

Shingara
This makes me wonder if its just the shear amount of vram that the 1080ti has.Quote

14-03-2017, 10:41:24

WYP
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Originally Posted by Shingara View Post
This makes me wonder if its just the shear amount of vram that the 1080ti has.
VRAM better not be a limiting factor, I know tonnes of people who are still using 2GB cards.Quote

14-03-2017, 14:02:15

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
VRAM better not be a limiting factor, I know tonnes of people who are still using 2GB cards.
It might be, Different game I know but Ghost Recon uses just over 10GB at 1440P max settings according to Afterburner and seeing as this game from the 4K 15 minute video I watched seems to have some on par eye candy.Quote

14-03-2017, 14:18:20

Thelosouvlakia
And the whole community shat their pants when in the previous news-flash from EA-Bioware they talked about 30fps gameplay...

Mass Effect.... rollercoaster of emotions already. :PQuote

14-03-2017, 14:20:34

AlienALX
Quick, let me spend £700 on a GPU so I can play a game at 60 FPS.

It's almost like they're bragging or something. Want to impress me? make a game that looks like this does and runs at full tilt on a 1060. You know? those cards that like 90% of your fans have.Quote
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