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Thanks to our friends at NVIDIA, we have the latest supporter post: How to Customize Your Own Sci-Fi Experience in Mass Effect: Andromeda.

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The latest installment in EA and BioWare’s flagship sci-fi action RPG franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda, enables players to explore a vast universe filled with new planets, characters and adversaries they will cross paths with during their journey.

On top of the new storyline and settings, the game also introduces a bevy of new features, many of which empower players to tweak and tailor their experience to their liking. The following video showcases some tips on how best to get the most out of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s customizable features, from its deep character creation system that allows you to build your very own protagonist from scratch to its intricate skill tree that enables you to shape the strengths of your character.


Watch the video above for a look at these in-game features. And if you are looking to get the best possible visual quality in Mass Effect: Andromeda on PC, you’ll want to play the game on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-series GPU such as the GTX 1080. This will allow you to experience the game in stunning 4K with High-Dynamic Range (HDR) and capture gorgeous 360-degree in-game screenshots using NVIDIA Ansel.

For more on getting the most out of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s visuals, visit this page.

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Ossanha
Ossanha

nobody plays that crap anymore, do benchmarks with COP

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EnZuLian
EnZuLian

Yes, a GTX 1080 will allow me to see all those horrendous, scary looking faces in glorious 4K. No thanks.

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Nokiaman
Nokiaman

Thanks Nvidia! Can't wait till AMD goes bankrupt :)

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SkulpingStarlight
SkulpingStarlight

So we don't have competition for Intel in the CPU department? No thanks.

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Tosiek363
Tosiek363

Why everytime i click on home its forwarding me to this?. Ehh

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