BioWare has recently released the "Mass Effect: Andromeda" gameplay trailer that shows the game's support for the 4K resolution in PC, thus also showing how beautiful the game is. But the trailer didn't only show the game's beauty, it also revealed that it can support Nvidia's Ansel Technology.
According to a report from GameRant, game producer Michael Gamble said that the Nvidia's technology together with the Frostbite engine was beneficial for the PC version of the game. With the engine and the Ansel technology, a higher level of details was given to "Mass Effect: Andromeda."
With Nvidia's technology, players will be able to capture screenshots of the game in 360 degrees. The captured shots can be shared on smart devices, PCs, and even VRs.
PCWorld reports that Nvidia's Ansel technology launched last year, together with the GeForce GTX 10-series. The technology has already appeared in open world games such as "Ghost Recon: Wildlands," "Mirror's Edge Catalyst," "Witcher 3," "The Witness," and "ARK: Survival Evolved."
This shows that open world seems to be the best setting to use Nvidia's technology. The report adds that BioWare's "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is one of the first PC games to offer high dynamic range video to PC.
The reason for that is the lack of available HDR-enabled consumer PC monitors in the market. But with the recent explosion of HDR monitors during the CES 2016, it will all change. Nvidia will actually be coming out with a pair HDR monitors themselves.
The report said that AMD also unveiled their HDR-focused FreeSync 2 technology, while Dell and LG also teased standalone HDR monitors. With HDR monitors on their way, BioWare has made sure that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is prepared for it.
The game is expected to launch on Tuesday, March 21 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Check out the 4K resolution trailer of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" for PC in the video below.