BioWare General Manager Aaryn Flynn confirmed what framerate will Mass Effect Andromeda PS4 Pro, Xbox One, & PC would have. Flynn replied to a user on the NeoGAF forums where he corrected the rumored specs of the game.
Mass Effect Andromeda would both run at 30 frames-per-second (fps) for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Meanwhile, Flynn thinks that Mass Effect Andromeda would have uncapped fps since it would run with the Frostbite Engine.
Aaryn Flynn also confirmed that Mass Effect Andromeda PS4 Pro and Xbox One versions would run the game at 1080p and 900p respectively. Considering the unlimited framerate cap in the PC version, fans would have better gaming experience playing on their PCs.
Mass Effect Andromeda PS4 Pro & Xbox One Problems
Some fans expected Mass Effect Andromeda to run at least with 1800p with checkerboard rendering for the PS4 Pro and Xbox One. Running at 1800p would allow Mass Effect Andromeda to reach 60 framerate cap for both consoles.
Fans express their disappointment towards the low fps that developers have to offer for the PS4 Pro and Xbox One. Having a 30-fps cap for latest games pose a problem for PlayStation and Xbox console owners. Most people consider purchasing a gaming rig so that they would experience unlimited framerate cap on upcoming games.
Because of the framerate cap on the consoles, fans fear that it might cause problems with the immersive graphics. BioWare has uploaded Mass Effect Andromeda teaser videos and it showed how immersive the visuals of the game.
Electronic Arts would release Mass Effect Andromeda on 2017. According to Wired, publishers would release Mass Effect Andromeda exactly on March 21, 2017, in the US and March 23, 2017, in Europe for the PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows PC.