Mass Effect Legendary Edition seems like it’s going to scale well across all consoles.
BioWare has detailed the framerate and resolution targets for Mass Effect Legendary Edition across all consoles. For starters, the game will offer two modes: one priorities visual quality and the other framerate.
The two modes will be available on PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X/S – though with varying targets. One thing worth highlighting is that Xbox Series X is currently the only console with support for up 120fps.
Although Xbox Series X is comparable in power to the PS5, Mass Effect Legendary Edition is likely not a native PS5 app, meaning it is limited to PS4 Pro targets. Xbox, of course, does not have this distinction, which allows games to deliver performance befitting of every console.
BioWare also confirmed that PC players will be able to run the game at up to 240fps, and tweak individual graphic settings to fine tune the output.
We’ve broken the two modes down into an easy-to-digest list below.
- PS4: Up to 30fps at 1080p.
- PS4 Pro: Up to 30fps at 4K.
- PS5: Up to 60fps at 4K.
- Xbox One: Up to 30fps at 1080p.
- Xbox One X, Xbox Series S: Up to 30fps at 4K.
- Xbox Series X: Up to 60fps at 4K.
- PS4: Up to 60fps at 1080p.
- PS4 Pro: Up to 60fps at 1440p.
- PS5: Up to 60fps at 1440p.
- Xbox One: Up to 60fps at 1080p.
- Xbox One X, Xbox Series S: Up to 60fps at 1440p.
- Xbox Series X: Up to 120fps at 1440p.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition is out May 14.
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